Day: 20 November 2020

Cryolipolysis in Munich- feeling good without fat pads

Fat pads are not only perceived as annoying, above all they can even be harmful to health. But initially, cryolipolysis was not the first choice of treatment. Countless people around the world are motivated to make fat pads “disappear”. Therefore, the field of liposuction has developed into a billion-dollar business. However, operative liposuction is a major and not low-risk procedure, which should only be carried out by particularly experienced plastic and aesthetic surgeons.

During the Cryoliopolysis treatment fat cells are damaged by cold

The condition following a faulty operation can be associated with considerable health restrictions, even life-threatening conditions. Especially for the removal of smaller fat pads, for example on hips and thighs, a major surgical procedure that leaves scars should be well considered.

Therefore, it is usually advisable to resort to non-surgical methods of fat treatment such as cryolipolysis. It is a gentle, low-risk and non-invasive fat treatment. With this method, the fat cells are specifically damaged by cold, without affecting the surrounding tissue. After a protective gel has been applied to the area to be treated, the fatty tissue to be treated is “sucked in” and cooled down to approx. 0°C for approx. one hour. This process is also known as “Coolsculpting“.

Cryolipolysis – Where and how can it be applied?

Cryolipolysis can be used as a cosmetic correction of unsightly fat pads or cellulite. Classical body areas are the upper and lower abdomen, hips, thighs, bottom and waist. Before the therapy is carried out, a detailed discussion with the medical staff takes place. A treatment plan is drawn up based on the requirements profile. During the treatment, the patient is not anaesthetised and does not experience any pain.

A Cryolipolysis treatment can reduce cellulite and fat pads

For one hour you can relax, read the newspaper, make a phone call, chill out. After the cold treatment, the affected body areas are massaged. Visible results of the treatment are visible after about three weeks. A clearer result is visible after about 3 months.

The very gentle treatment method has no effect on the ability to work. Immediately after the treatment you can continue your usual life. Cryolipolysis can be repeated at intervals of 6 months. For lasting results, a minimum of three sessions should be scheduled, depending on the body area. The treatment costs depend on the treatment plan.

Are there any side effects or exclusion criteria?

As the treatment method of a Cryolipolysis is very gentle, there are usually no serious side effects. Immediately after the cryolipolysis, the skin in the treated area is reddened. Everybody knows this when they put ice on the painful area during an acute pain. Due to the “sucking in” process, bruises can occur in sensitive tissue.

In some cases, the treated area is sensitive to pressure, and this can disappear after a few days. Alternatively, numbness may occur in the treated body areas for several weeks. Possible swellings quickly recede.

Cryolipolysis cannot be used for everyone

As with any form of therapy, there are exclusion criteria for cryolipolysis.

These are:

  • Skin diseases
  • pronounced scars in the treatment area
  • open wounds
  • Vasculitis
  • taking blood-thinning medication
  • extreme overweight
  • Pregnancy

Cryolipolysis in Munich

In Munich there is an absolute specialist for this cosmetic treatment: Dr. med. Svenja Giessler in Widenmayerstraße in Munich-Lehel. She offers both the cryolipolysis of ICE AESTHETIC® and CoolSculpting®.
Furthermore, numerous beauty clinics, health centres, institutes and dermatologists offer cryolipolysis. Anyone interested should obtain detailed information, pay attention to medical professionals and read the reviews beforehand.

Alternatively, there is the possibility to be treated in the Beauty & Soul at the Viktualienmarkt, for example. In addition to cryolipolysis, the Medical Spa offers a pampering programme for beauty and relaxation. – Feeling good is made easy in Munich.

Outdoor sports in Munich

The capital city of Bavaria is a metropolis that offers countless possibilities to find the right outdoor sports in Munich. Doing active sports not only increases physical fitness. It also strengthens our mental performance and general well-being. Regular exercise in the fresh air and outdoors promotes the oxygen content in the blood and also supports the immune system. Exercise in the great outdoors does not mean a lack of opportunities for muscle building at the same time. Even without additional sports equipment, there are many places in Munich for different and varied sports exercises.

The right equipment is key for outdoor sports in munich

Natural light during outdoor sports has a positive effect on the psyche. The UV rays promote the formation of vitamin D, which is essential for bone formation. This invigorating feeling of the fresh Munich air, the pleasant scent of the damp ground or the smell of autumn leaves on Munich’s running paths is unique. Outdoor sports provide additional energy and make us more efficient.

In Munich’s Fitness Savings Course there is the possibility of using exercise equipment with different levels of difficulty free of charge at individual stations. Exercise boards explain the exercises on the coordinated machines. Thus, movements and strength exercises are coordinated with each other.

Running and jogging as outdoor sports in Munich

Joggers and runners can use the paths around the Theresienwiese outside the Oktoberfest. There are running paths that are suitable for sprints as well as endurance running. Various paths offer variety, and a round trip can also be done. From late summer on you can also experience the Oktoberfest live. Every day new details are created until the biggest folk festival in the world begins.

Running is part of munich's sports culture

Those who find the Theresienwiese too monotonous can walk along the Isar or through the English Garden. The Isar Circuit between Luitpold Bridge and Museum Island is a popular running route. This tarmac track passes the Deutsches Museum, the Maximilianeum and the Munich Friedensengel.
Munich’s English Garden offers joggers gravel or forest paths for running. It is a good route for a warm-up in the morning and offers plenty of nature.

The Olympic Park also has many wonderful running paths. This well-kept and beautiful park has hills and viewpoints that make a running track really interesting and varied.

Fitness parks and course hotspots in Munich

In Munich, there are a total of 16 different trim-yourself trails and fitness parcours with various exercise stations. One of the best training locations is located north of the English Garden. There is a large area on the Isarauen which is very popular with sportsmen and women with many different climbing and exercise stations. Here, a variety of equipment throughout the area can be used free of charge.

In munich you can do parcour at several places

Another fitness park is located on the Candidstraße. A facility has been created there near the Brudermühlbrücke, which also has various exercise stations. Those who prefer a sports field can use the sports equipment at the Candidplatz underground station. It is suitable for various sports exercises and is considered a meeting place for parcour fans. On some days, other sports groups can be found here, where those interested can join in.

In addition, the TU sports grounds, the fitness course at Oberhofer Platz or the Bajuwarenpark are very popular places for outdoor sports in Munich. In Fürstenfeldbruck, there are signs at individual practice areas which provide valuable information for sports enthusiasts.

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