Un lipoma es un crecimiento no canceroso de células de tejido adiposo. Un lipoma puede desarrollar en casi cualquier órgano del cuerpo, aunque se encuentra más comúnmente en la capa subcutánea debajo de la piel. Un lipoma generalmente crece lentamente y es una masa no dolorosa que es suave y móvil bajo la piel. Los lipomas también puede estar asociada con otros síndromes en los que no son tan inofensivos.
Although lipoma may develop in varying age groups, it is primarily seen in the third and fourth decade of life. The occurance of Lipoma is more prevalent in woman than men; and is usually a single lipoma instead multiple. Men on the other hand have a higher incidence of multiple lipoma on their body. When there are multiple occurrences of lipoma this is references as Adiposa dolorosa which may be hereditary. Children (congenital) lipomas are rare and usually stem from a hereditary condition and are mostly inherited.
“A rare disease called adiposis dolorosa a swelling of the body and fatty deposits (lipomas) occur which apply pressure to the nerves; this results in weakness and sometimes extreme pain. The amount of discomfort, irritation, or pain from the growth of a lipoma depends upon where in the body and what surrounding tissue or organ the lipoma has affected.”Source: http://bit.ly/dAwkZu
Causes: Lipoma is not fully understood in the medical world. There are some beliefs among doctors that the occurrence of lipoma is hereditary and can even be triggered by minor injury. My grandpa had about 6-8 lipomas the size of quarters on both his right and left forearms so this hereditary claim carries a little weight with me., but who knows at this point if it really had a major influence into my case. I’d rather explore alternatives that provide insight into the “WHY” and “HOW” these lipomas develop and “WHAT” to do about removing them yourself from a nutritional therapeutic point of view. Here’s a snap-shot image of the lipoma on my right forearm.
Cures/Solutions: Surgery is one option. My personal opinion, as mentioned above, is to try to heal them from within if at all possible and then consider surgery last. All the sources I have read thus far state there is no cure for lipoma and you have to either “deal with them” your entire life, or have the surgically removed. I for one don’t believe there is no “cure” for lipoma, I just think there hasn’t been enough research done on the subject to merit such as claim as of yet. I am far more fond of attacking the root of any problem instead of temporarily deleting the symptom.
Symptoms: Other than seeing and feeling the fat deposits on your body, you may experience nerves being pinched as a result of the lipoma build up.
My perspectives about lipoma involve a few aspects that deal directly with heredity as it relates or is triggered by the lack of or abuse of nutrition, exercise, the ones spirit and power of the mind. My research of the cause of lipoma appears that heredity is consistently point at as being a major reason why these hard fat deposits develop. If heredity is the culprit the foods we eat, the environment we live in, the air we breath, and other factors could very well influence or trigger certain genes in the body to express themselves resulting in benign fat nodules developing primarily in the subcutaneous tissue layers of skin in various places on the body. I’m currently tracking the current state of condition I am in, the foods I eat, the dates and forms of exercise, and an assessment of the state of mind I create for myself. The things I am changing and trying out in my life to naturally remove lipoma can be found on the Lipoma Journal. Paying attention and tracking these items I believe may provide some extra insight into naturally removing lipoma without surgery and may help others make educated decision about what could be best for them. Doing this should not only attack the root of the cause of lipoma, but provide the entire body with overall improved health.