How To Get Rid Of A Saggy Tummy

A Saggy Tummy

A saggy belly is a problem faced by many people, including women who have recently been pregnant and people who have suddenly lost weight. But nobody desires such a look, so what can we do to restore the slim waist?

When there’s a sharp fat mass decrease under the skin, a hollow surface is created resulting in a hanging skin because the skin did not have the time to recover. So losing weight without any physical activity causes the skin on the abdomen to sag. Pregnancy also causes the abdominal skin muscles to stretch, which results in saggy skin and stretch marks after childbirth. This sagging may also occur naturally due to the aging of the skin’s subcutaneous tissue and the fatty layer.

There are several solutions for a saggy tummy, however, none of them is easy. For new mothers who gave birth naturally, abdominal exercises are a good way to start. However, for effective results, you need specialized exercises to address the lower core. Park runs and jogging, lying on your back with your legs up at a right angle with your body, and exercising with the hoop will get you the desired results. However, you can only do physical call exercises if you are in perfect shape health-wise. If you had the cesarean section delivery, then the abdominal exercises are out of the equation as it would tear open the stitches. Yet the C-section procedure leaves you with a sagging belly. Your belly may never return to its previous state as a result of physiological reasons. In this case, you may need to undergo a cosmetic procedure to remove the stretch marks, the unnatural bulges, and the roller folds in the lower part of the abdomen. Plastic surgery would particularly make sense if there is a disposition of fats in the postpartum period, there is a skin divergence, or the skin was severely stretched.
Removing a sagging belly can be a tedious and expensive exercise, but who wants to live with boring wrinkles at the expense of a slim waist? It can and must be fought.

I do have a few natural options for you that have been proven to help tighten your skin.

Hydration. 

Water is a crucial component of maintaining skin elasticity. From both food and drink, you should be taking in at least two liters of water each day.

Eat well. 

Two necessary ingredients that keep skin plump and elastic are collagen and elastin. Protein-rich foods such as cottage cheese, milk, legumes, tofu, beans, seeds, nuts, and fish all contain collagen and elastin forming components, as well as oils to help maintain healthy skin.

Skincare. 

Daily exfoliation (helloooo body brushing) can help to remove dead skin cells and increase skin circulation. A hot bath with sea salts and minerals can improve skin tone. Skin tightening creams with herbal formulas and ingredients such as aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, yeast extract, soy protein, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin A can help to hydrate and increase collagen and elastin formation in the skin.

Build muscle. 

A big part of tightening loose skin is building muscle. The reason for this is simple. There are two layers of tissue underneath your skin: fat and muscle, both of which press up against your skin and keep it from sagging loosely. When you gain a large amount of weight, your skin must expand quite a bit to accommodate the increase in body size. When you lose the fat, however, and especially when you lose it quickly, your skin doesn’t necessarily shrink at the same rate as your fat cells. This imbalance can lead to loose skin.

Eat more Gelatin. 

A study conducted by scientists at Stanford University found that supplementing with 250 mg of gelatin per day improved skin elasticity. Getting gelatin in your diet can be a little tough, though, unless you enjoy eating a variety of strange foods like oxtail, chicken feet, or short ribs.

Up your Fish Oil. 

Healthy fatty acids such as your Omegas are amazing for hydrating your skin and improving the skin elasticity.
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