Studies show that about 70–80% of women use a bra of a wrong size, putting themselves at various health risks. All thanks to the laces and nets which trick us into buying an ill-fitting bra based on just the looks. One of the most common mistakes women make in this regard[.....]
Sagging breasts or ptosis is a problem women deal with after childbirth, weight gain, and aging. Wearing a supportive bra can help the twins defy gravity when you’re up and about, but wearing one to sleep may not be as critical. Circumstances like surgery may need you to wear a comfortable supportive bra, but otherwise it's a choice that’s purely personal and not a means to guarantee your breasts won’t sag.
The American Cancer Society debunks the claim that wearing a bra while you sleep might increase your risk of breast cancer. Neither can a bra constrict your chest and cut off circulation – unless it's really tight and ill-fitting. Wearing a bra may actually be beneficial after you've had breast surgery or a biopsy, or if you experience any kind of breast pain. Otherwise, it boils down to a question of comfort and choice and not health!
Evening Primrose Oil contains essential fatty acids, that helps reduce autoimmune inflammations and pain. Moderate amounts of flaxseed oil keeps estrogen levels low and reduces the effects of fibrocystic breasts. Caffeine reduction helps alleviate breast pain. Lower dietary fat intake reduces severity of symptoms. Stop or reduce smoking.
T-Raises: Stand with feet hip width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand. Bend at your knees, lean forward, keep back straight. Hold weights in front of you and move to sides forming a T. Mountain Climbers: Get into plank position. Bring left knee to chest and pull it back. Bring right knee to chest and replicate a climbing motion. Repeat for about 8 to 10 reps.
Exercising regularly is the best way to size up your breasts. Grab 2 dumbbells, lie on an inclined bench set at 60 degrees. Bring the dumbbells up to shoulder height, with palms facing forward. Press them straight up in the air over your chest until they are about 1 inch apart, then slowly lower them. Apart from this a breast massage can also help.
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