As you age, your skin and facial fat might naturally shift downward, leaving you with a more jowly neck, saggy cheeks and possibly a double chin. You can’t stop aging, but you can make the effects less severe if you keep your body at a healthy weight, wear sunscreen to protect from sun damage, eat mostly unprocessed foods, exercise and don’t smoke.
In most of the cases excess weight on face and neck is not genetic or hereditary and you can remove it easily through simple changes in your lifestyle few minutes of exercises.
Here are simple tips that will help your in reducing fate from face and neck:
Drink more water and keep your body Hydrated. This will keep your skin supple and smooth. Suggested is to drink minimum 3 liters of water every day. Limit your intake of sodium, which may contribute to the appearance of a puffy face by encouraging water retention. Minimize high-sodium foods, snack mixes, canned soups and fast food, which don’t help your goal of weight loss anyway.
Exercise routine with increasing total body circulation and burning calories with cardiovascular exercise, such as brisk walking or light cycling. To lose weight, work up to at least 250 minutes per week, says the American College of Sports Medicine. It also gives your whole body – including your face – a leaner, fitter look. Aim for at least two total-body sessions weekly.
Sweating while exercising is the indication of burning fat. So more your sweat, more fat and toxins your remove from your body. You should anyways be drinking more water to pertain the water loss in sweating.