Exercise Stops the Need for Plastic Surgery and Injections
by Cynthia Rowland
An unfortunate by-product of plastic cosmetic surgery is suicide. That's right, for
whatever reason, men and women who are disappointed with the results are
increasingly becoming suicidal. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is real and its
meaning can be summed up in just one sentence – This is a mental disorder suffered
by both men and women that causes an extremely critical self analysis of one's
physique with less than satisfactory results from plastic surgery or other modalities of
physical enhancement. Imagine, having procedure after procedure and still seeing an
ugly duckling in the mirror.
Chasing after the Fountain of Youth has been an on-going odyssey for centuries and
even though drug companies would like you to believe that toxins and the like will help
you look younger, at the end of the day, you will still be the age you are only with a
body filled with chemicals that can have an adverse effect on your good health. This
risk of dependency affects more than just physical health, now we must consider
Chemicals, toxins, cadaver based fillers, surgery, feather lifts, Thermage, lasers and
more are temporary and risky procedures that keep you looking older. Yes, older!
These fixes do nothing but prop up your aging face, producing short lived self
confidence because when these gimmicks wear off, you must repeat and repeat the
procedures to maintain the desired semblance of prettiness and youthfulness.
Does anyone who regularly shoots up think about the consequences ten years from
now? It's a well known fact that when you paralyze a portion of the face, the face
contorts to accommodate the affected muscles and these contortions lead to more
wrinkles. What about the fillers that plump up nasal labial folds? How much can the
body endure from repeated uses of sterilized cadaver and bovine materials?
And what about cutting into the face of a perfectly healthy body to stop the slide of
muscles and skin? Consider this: If you see that your butt is sliding into the top of
your thigh or that your underarm is jiggling, would surgery be your first line of
defense? Heavens no! Most likely you would begin an exercise regimen to tone up
your body; surgery probably wouldn't enter your mind.
Doctors and drug companies advertise. They heavily advertise so that you will begin
to believe their message, their hype. They want you to believe that this injection, this
procedure, this medication will make you look and feel younger and healthier. When
you think about the long-term expense and risk, do these options seem sound? How
many procedures and injections will be required over a twenty span? Will you
eventually stop them and then just look old? That's doubtful because studies show
that people who have one procedure will likely eye the menu and book another. It's
likened to a gerbil on his wheel – imperfections can create the desire for more and
more treatments that just might interfere with your life. After all, surgery is risky,
I admire Alex Kuczynski, author of Beauty Junkies, who believes a very sad fate has
tainted the feminine ideal, declaring that the culture of "better" has corrupted the
perception of what is beautiful and even acceptable. In other words, the ads would
have you believe that you need to be fixed. Ms Kuczynski nor I want you to end up
look like an aging porn star from chasing after injections and surgery.
Enough already! Let's move on to a positive space – a space where everyone can
return the look of youthfulness to their face without any risk, pain or spending their
External beauty like inner beauty takes work; yes, it's easy to just allow someone to
administer beauty enhancements but did you know there is an alternative to the usual
suspects of improvement? One that will definitely help you look younger and it doesn't
involve surgery or injections – it's facial exercise that uses isometric contractions and
resistance that when employed for just a few weeks will create a younger looking
face by strengthening and toning hidden facial muscles that support our skin.
Bottom line: Aging isn't what it used to be. Defy it! Exercise your face!
About The Author
Cynthia Rowland is widely recognized as an expert in all natural facial fitness with over
thirty years experience in health & beauty related fields. She has appeared on The
View, Fit TV, HGTV and other popular shows. This author, speaker and television
personality is leading the crusade to keep men and women looking vibrantly younger
through natural techniques without spending their children’s inheritance.
“I Save Faces”
Almost every day there is an
article written and published
about the industry of beauty; the
topics vary but you can be
assured that Botox and fillers via
injections, surgery and
procedures will be discussed ad
nauseam. These invasive,
perilous undertakings entice
those who want to look younger
and these brave souls don't mind
putting their health at risk as
they alter their appearance time
and again with the latest and
greatest cosmetic procedure.
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