Fat tissue reduction by depurative diet and compressive microvibration with spheres of variable density
Keywords:compressive microvibration, adipose metabolism, adipose cellulitis, detox nutrition
Society is characterised by a substantial increase in overweight and obesity, with progressive diseases such as diabetes, lipolymphedema and lipoedema. Many experiences have demonstrated the sensitivity of the subcutaneous adipose tissue utilising non-invasive mechanical treatments. This study aims to study the sensitivity of the subcutaneous adipose layer of the abdomen using compressive microvibration treatments with spheres of variable density. Thirty patients were followed between the period from 10th January to the 30th May 2022. Fifteen patients were treated with twelve compressive microvibration sessions with variable density spheres, and the other fifteen with the same treatment associated with a nutritional purification program. All patients were studied with clinical/instrumental examinations and evaluations in compliance with ethical and deontological standards. All patients showed improvements in the single treatment and the treatment associated with the nutritional program. The reduction of subcutaneous adipose tissue observed with the treatment of compressive microvibration with spheres of variable density indicates a direct stimulation of the biochemical and biophysical structures that regulate the cellular biology of adipose tissue, with metabolic action induced by the vibrations.