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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 9(2); 2011 > Article
매니플레이션 관리 및 고주파 관리가 중년여성의 복부비만의 생리학적 지표에 미치는 영향 비교
The comparison of the influence by manipulation with that by high frequency management in adjustment of blood lipid for middle-aged women.
Seon-Min Park
The obesity acts as a major risk factor in metabolic disease beyond the simple matter of appearance. In particular, the female obesity is related to such diseases as breast cancer, uterine cancer and ovarian cancer, posing a serious problem not only for the health but also for the matter of appearance. In the study, the figure management by using high frequency and another abdomen cellulite management by manipulation method were made for a group of women in age from 40 to 50 and with obesity in the abdomen by the group. As the result of the experiment, it is shown that the obesity degree has considerably gone down through the evaluation of the measurements in body constitution and Authmpometry Exam made before and after the experiment. Also, the result of the experiment indicated that the average changes before and after the experiment made in the manipulation management group and high frequency management group produced the statistically little significant difference in them except some changes in the amount of body fat, showing that there is little methodical difference in the adjustment of obesity through the manipulation method and high frequency management.
Key words: female obesity, high frequency, manual massage, cellulite management, body constitution
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