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FAQs EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire?
EMSCULPT body sculpting Bedfordshire FAQs
There is a lot of confusion about EMSCULPT treatment and the results that can be achieved because we are a new company in this field.
As a result, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you better understand why this treatment is so popular in the UK and whether it’s right for you.
EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire is an FDA-approved, non-invasive procedure for enhancing abdominal, buttocks, thigh, and arm muscle tone. It is estimated that 20,000 sit-ups or squats are performed during a 30-minute treatment session. To help both men and women build muscle to sculpt their bodies, this is the only procedure that can be used. EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire is the first non-invasive buttock lift procedure in the world. EMSCULPT can tone and tighten the abdomen. EMSCULPT is the only machine that can simultaneously build muscle and burn fat. For those who want to enhance their abs and build muscle mass, EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire is an excellent choice.
Submaximal muscle contractions are induced by the HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) technology, which is non-invasive. In order to achieve the best results, it is recommended that four 30-minute treatments be performed at least two days apart, although more treatments can improve the area even further During vigorous contractions, the overlying fat undergoes a metabolic change that results in the destruction of some fat cells. The average increase in muscle thickness and decrease in abdominal fat thickness were both 16 percent and 19 percent, respectively, in seven published studies. The diastasis recti, the separation of the left and right abdominal muscles caused by pregnancy, was also found to be reduced by over 10%, according to the research. EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire is better suited for people with small pockets of hard-to-remove subcutaneous fat rather than those with a lot of visceral fat.
The EMSCULPT Body Sculpting Bedfordshire workout is not the same as going to the gym.
Up to 100% of the muscle fibres (myofibrils) are contracted by EMSCULPT technology during treatment time. During a typical gym workout, an amateur athlete would typically be able to contract only 35-40 percent of their muscle fibres involuntarily (a professional athlete may be able to voluntary contract 55 percent of the muscle fibres). When using EMSCULPT technology, you’ll get a much more focused and intense workout than you would be able to get in a gym on your own.
During your leisure time, one of our consultants will apply a flat, large paddle to the troublesome area. In a suitable location, the feeling of strong muscle contractions will be felt. Interspersed with the relaxing tapping, this ‘tensing’ of the muscles can be held for seconds at a time. You will be able to resume your normal activities immediately following treatment, with no discomfort or downtime.
We want to know what it’s like to be here.
The 30-minute EMSCULPT procedure feels like a strenuous workout because your muscles are being subjected to a series of vigorous contractions every couple of minutes. During the procedure, you may feel a stinging or tingling sensation.
Damage is done to the muscle fibres of specific muscle groups (muscle protein breakdown). Working muscles experience lactic acid build up and a decrease in pH, both of which contribute to metabolic stress. After completing the exercise: Muscle protein synthesis (healing) is stimulated by a protein called mTOR, which results in an increase in muscle mass (hypertrophy). Muscle damage and lactic acid buildup from a typical gym workout can cause DOMS, which can last for several days. EMSCULPT’s muscle-building benefits are enhanced by its absence of post-workout soreness. Tenderness in the treatment area is the extent of post-EMCULPT discomfort.
Non Invasive procedures like EMSCULPT Body Sculpting have no downtime or additional recovery time.
There is a standard course of four treatments required for the best results; the length of each session depends on the area being treated. We tailor your treatment plan to your schedule, so you can come in for a session during your lunch break.
Your EMSCULPT Body Sculpting treatment doesn’t require any preparation and there are no side effects or downtime. An exercise that doesn’t make you sweaty.
We only ask that you refrain from exercising the day before and the day after your treatments, so that your muscles have time to rest.
Following a four-treatment course, patients can expect to notice an increase in muscle mass and strength in the treated muscles within 2 to 4 weeks. About three months after the series concludes, a noticeable reduction in subcutaneous fat is seen. In order to keep your gains, we suggest sticking to a regular exercise routine.
For the safety and efficacy of EMSCULPT, seven independent, multi-center studies were conducted in the United States (MRI, CT, US, and Histology).
All concluded it was a safe non invasive risk free effective treatment.
Patients who receive one EMSCULPT Body Sculpting treatment Bedfordshire report improved muscle tone. If you want the best results, you should complete at least four sessions in two weeks. EMSCULPT could be your new best friend when it comes to getting a more defined and toned physique without the help of a gym membership. Some amazing results have been reported by patients using this new, dual-action treatment. EMSCULPT can help you achieve the body you’ve always wanted, without having to spend hours in the gym every day.
Conditions such as those listed below rule out having EMSCULPT:
- The use of metal rods, pins, plates, metal IUDs,
- or orthopaedic implants/joints
- during pregnancy or breastfeeding;
- Bleeding disorders, or taking blood thinners,
- pulmonary insufficiency,
- cardiac disorders,
- epilepsy or active malignancy
- You cannot use the device near your chest,
- or head
- if you have an active hernia,
- or if you are under the age of eighteen,
- or if you have any other type of muscle,
- or soft tissue injury in the area to be treated.