How to get rid of cellulite

Dimples are cute, but not when they come in multitudes on the butt, thighs and even stomach.

One of the most common concerns among people who want to lose weight is cellulite. That dimply, cottage cheesy mess is especially terrifying for women, who are much more prone to getting cellulite than men. 

Anyone who has ever tried to get rid of cellulite knows that it is no simple feat. In fact, the war on cellulite is often very misleading since cellulite equally affects those who are thin and those who are overweight.

Getting rid of Shirley Temple thighs is more than just a matter of weight lifting and toning exercises. While these activities help, they are by no means the most effective weapon against cellulite. This depressing news often leads people to believe that they have to go under the knife or endure lipo suction in order to blast away cellulite, but there is non-surgical hope: There are effective ways to manage and get rid of cellulite naturally.

One of the best ways to combat cellulite is to keep the body properly rested and hydrated. Dehydration can actually increase cellulite and make the fat deposit dimples more prominent. Not getting enough rest will also increase the appearance of cellulite because the body’s systems become over-stressed and then the body goes into starvation mode; that is, the body collects and stores fat.

To stay properly hydrated it is important to drink at least eight glasses of water each day.  Getting enough sleep means at least seven to eight hours of good rest every night. These instructions simple like simple no brainers, but the truth is that most people do not meet these minimum requirements on a daily basis in such a fast-paced, highly stressed world.

In addition to proper rest and hydration, cardiovascular can help blast cellulite. Cardio activity strengthens and tones the muscles and keeps the blood circulating, something that also reduces the appearance of unwanted cellulite on the legs and thighs.

The truth about cellulite is that it is extremely common on all bodies large and small. Cellulite can be reduced, but the idea of achieving a perfect, cellulite-free body is not a reasonable goal. Instead of focusing on making the body totally cellulite free, people should instead focus on keeping the body healthy and fit, accepting that the occasional dimple is a natural part of the human body and not to be alarmed about it.

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