It has long been known that exercise benefits the health both physically and mentally. Recently a new study showed this to be especially true among women.According to a recent article from Reuters online women who exercised regularly were less likely to receive a depression diagnosis. According to the article researchers found that women who reported exercising the most in recent years were about 20 percent less likely to get depression than those who rarely exercised.On the other hand, the more hours they spent watching TV each week, the more their risk of depression crept up.it stands to reason that since most people who watch television do so either lying down or sitting up, that hours spent watching TV should be considered sedentary hours. A sedentary lifestyle is known to also contribute to weight gain and possibly obesity. Dr. O'Toole explains to patients who have concerns about small areas of fat on their waistline, upper back, or lower back that targeting these areas and removing fat when they first become a concern is the best way to treat the areas.Dr. O'Toole is one of the few a ASPS board-certified plastic surgeons who offers both traditional liposuction as well as Smart Lipo to treat small stubborn areas of fat. Traditional liposuction is typically offered in an outpatient surgery center and allows the Dr. O'Toole to address more areas during one procedure as well as larger areas. Smart Lipo is performed in Dr. O'Toole's fully equipped procedure room located on-site. Dr. O'Toole is able to use his skill and expertise with both methods and makes a recommendation for each patient based on several factors. These factors include but are not limited to the patient's weight, the amount of fat that needs to be removed, and the patient expectations. Patients are given the best possible recommendation because Dr. O'Toole is able to offer both methods. Dr. O'Toole is committed to providing solutions that are effective based on each patient's individual situation and desires.
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