This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol has been designed to help your body rid itself of Cellulite.
Are you or someone you love suffering from Cellulite and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Cellulite with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Cellulite sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Cellulite sound therapy helps by:
- Minimize appearance of dimpled skin on your thighs, hips, or legs
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Cellulite
So you have Cellulite and you hate it!
You have dimpled skin on your:
- Cellulite Creams
- Weight Loss
- Laser Treatment
- Relaxes your body and mind
- Helps your body to reduce and/or eliminate the dimpled skin
- Helps reduce the fibrous connective cords that hold the skin to the underlying muscle
- Helps your body feel better again
- Most importantly, helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Cellulite
Cellulite refers to the formation of dimples and lumps in the skin. Common names for cellulite include orange-peel skin, cottage-cheese skin, hail damage and mattress phenomenon. The condition affects both men and women but is more common in women due to the different distributions of fat, muscle and connective tissue.
Symptoms of Cellulite
Dimpled, bumpy skin that is often described as having a cottage cheese or orange peel texture.
Cellulite is a common but harmless skin condition that results to lumpy, dimpled flesh on the hips, buttocks, thighs and abdomen. It is a condition more prevalent to women. Statistics show that between 80 to 90 percent of women may experience some form of cellulite during the course of their lives. Many patients try but with variable degrees of success to achieve a reduction of cellulite and improve the appearance of their skin through exercise therapy, weight loss therapy, massage therapy and creams that are marketed to get rid of cellulite. There are also medically proven cellulite reduction treatment options as well, though the results are not immediate or long lasting. Cellulite results in a dimpled and bumpy patch of skin and it is often described as having a cottage cheese or orange peel texture. You are able to discern mild cellulite only if you pinch the skin in the area that has cellulite like the thighs. Cellulite that is much more severe makes the skin look rumpled and bumpy with areas that even have peaks and valleys. Cellulite is much more common around the buttocks and thigh regions but may also occur on the breasts, lower abdomen as well as the upper arms. Cellulite can affect both men and women but is more common to women.
Etiology of Cellulite
Cellulite is primarily composed of normal fat cells that are not necessarily due to being overweight or obese, inactive or having ill health. Since women characteristically have more subcutaneous fat compared to men, it is reasonable to expect women to develop more cellulite. The exact cause of the condition is unknown but it appears to be a result of the interaction between connective tissue in the dermatological layer that lies beneath the surface of the skin and the layer of fat that sits below it. In women, these fat cells and connective tissue are arranged in a vertical fashion. If the fat cells begin to protrude into the layer of the skin, it results to the appearance of cellulite. In men. The tissue features a criss-cross structure which explains why there is a less likelihood of developing cellulite compared to women. There are also some factors that increases the chances of developing the condition.
Grades of Cellulite
In 2009, a cellulite severity scale was published that ranks the condition using three grades:
Grade 1, or mild: There is an “orange-peel” appearance, with between 1 and 4 superficial depressions, and a slightly “draped” or sagging appearance to the skin.
Grade 2, or moderate: There are between five and nine medium-depth depressions, a “cottage cheese” appearance, and the skin appears moderately draped.
Grade 3, or severe: There is a “mattress” appearance, with 10 or more deep depressions, and the skin is severely draped
Risk Factors for the Development of Cellulite
Increased age causes the skin to become less elastic, thinner and more likely to sag thereby increasing the chances of cellulite development.
Estrogen, insulin, noradrenaline, thyroid hormones and prolactin all play a role in the production of cellulite. When estrogen levels in women decrease as they approach menopause, blood flow to the connective tissue beneath the skin also decreases. The lower circulation means less oxygen in the area, resulting to lower levels of collagen in the process. Fat cells also being to get bigger as levels of estrogen go down. All of these factors contribute to make fat deposits more visible as the fat beneath the skin protrudes due to weakened connective tissue resulting in the familiar dimpling effects.
Genes play a role
There are certain genes that have been identified for cellulite development. Genetic factors may be linked to a person’s speed of metabolism, distribution of fat beneath the skin, ethnicity and circulatory levels. All of these can affect the chance of cellulite forming.
Dietary and Lifestyle Factors
Cellulite is not due to toxins but an active and healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk of developing it. Exercise and diet can help to reduce the appearance of cellulite. People that have a high fat, high carbohydrate and salt diet with very little fiber are more than likely to have more amounts of cellulite. Cellulite is also more common in people that cigarette smoke, who do not exercise and those who sit or stand in one position for a prolonged period of time. The wearing of underwear with tight elastic across the buttocks may limit blood flow and contribute to the development of cellulite. Cellulite is also more common in people that have too much fat but may also appear in slim and fit individuals as well. It is more prevalent after the age of 25 but can also appear in young people including teenagers.