Sagging Skin: a result of rapid weight loss

Sagging skin is caused by losing too much weight too quickly. Slow, gradual weight loss does not result in excess flab, but rather, gives your skin and other body parts a chance to respond to all the changes that weight loss bringsEat a healthy, balanced diet that includes all the same vitamins and minerals that keep skin healthy, but most of all: Slow down!Why loose skin?

To begin with, fast weight loss isn't always recommended. For one, you often end up losing muscle along with fat. Preserving is essential for keeping the metabolism going and, of course, keeping the body, bones and connective tissue strong. muscle mass

  • Rapid weight loss: when you lose weight quickly, especially with or weight loss surgery, extra skin is left hanging that may be difficult to get rid of. Loose or saggy skin can be a common problem after losing a large amount of weight (more than about 50-100 lbs) in a short period of time. dieting

  • Age & genetics: Loose skin isn't just about rapid weight loss, of course. Your age, genes and skin elasticity also determine how your skin responds, even with slow weight loss.

  • Pregnancy can leave some women with extra skin.

  • Sun exposure: Your past, present and future exposure to the sun can damage your skin.

  • Nutrition and water intake: Your skin may not be as healthy or firm if you aren't getting balanced nutrition, vitamins and minerals (especially Vitamins C & E) and staying hydrated.

  • Smoking: Smoking can speed up the normal aging process of your skin