Be careful not to confuse bloating with excess fat. The metabolic slowdown of the menopause can cause more liquid toxins to accumulate and present with more bloating or water retention, especially during this specific hormonal period.
But what is retention?
❗️From a physiological point of view:
The situation in which liquids are not disposed of by the lymphatic and blood circulation and are therefore concentrated between one cell and another
Water retention and swellings (oedemas) in the lower limbs are an expression of a somewhat static, stationary life, which "imprisons" an emotionality that, for a number of reasons, is unable to flow freely.
What can be done to prevent this annoying imperfection?
1. Drink lots of water
Purifying yourself is the first important thing! Drink 2 litres of water a day (about one glass per hour), non-carbonated and preferably between meals.
2. Follow a specific beauty routine
Take care of yourself through small, specific daily gestures. For example, using a reactivating body brush and applying body cream from the Sempre Bella®️ cosmetic line.
Proper body brushing can become a valid ally for improving circulation and reducing excess fluids. Discover the entire cosmetic line dedicated to
3. Overcoming laziness
Did you know that the metabolic slowdown and sedentariness during the menopause can cause more liquid toxins to accumulate? So beware of static, the secret is movement!
After the age of 50, practising physical activity on a regular basis helps reduce lymphatic fluid in the menopause and improve mental and physical balance.
This is why the Benessere in Menopausa®️ method was created to support women going through the specific hormonal period of pre- and post-menopause, proposing an effective solution with visible and long-lasting results.
A personalised pathway created for you by a multidisciplinary team that proposes:
- balanced diet, created by our nutritionist doctor
- slowfitness customised by our personal trainer,
- lymphatic drainage combined with other tailor-made beauty treatments created by beauty personal trainers and a vascular surgeon.