Myrna St. Romain has been a writer for more than three years, contributing to such sites as ataglance. Women who carry extra weight in their breasts may find losing it to be as beneficial as weight loss on other areas on the body. Excess breast fat can cause premature sagging, back pain and posture complications. A quick fix is breast reduction surgery, but this is expensive, requires downtime for recovery and poses basic risks associated with any surgical procedure. Instead, try natural breast reduction techniques that include diet and exercise.
5 natural ways to reduce breast size
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Breasts develop from embryological tissues, and the high estrogen level in females during puberty causes breasts to start growing bigger. Breasts are mammary glands composed of layers of different types of tissue, including adipose, glandular and connective tissues. As these tissues have hormone receptors, there is often fluctuation in breast sizes and volumes based on hormonal changes in the body. As breasts are considered a sign of femininity and beauty, women want their breasts to be perfectly shaped and sized. However, at times the breasts become larger in size, which can be due to several factors including genetics, obesity, pregnancy, breastfeeding, hormonal changes in the body and side effects of certain drugs. Extremely large breasts can cause physical and emotional problems. It can even affect your posture, confidence level and your attractiveness.
Natural Breast Reduction Techniques
It's been nearly two weeks since Amber Rose underwent breast reduction surgery. And yesterday, 12 days after the procedure, she posted an update on her healing process to Instagram stories, People reports. And also of course, I wanted to give you an update on my new boobs. But now she's down to about a D-cup, "which is really small for me.
By Louise Atkinson for the Daily Mail. Bigger is officially no longer better when it comes to bosoms. The Triumph Female Confidence Report found that nearly half of women want smaller breasts, and with breast reduction operations rising by 13 per cent worldwide last year - and more than 6, in Britain alone - it's clear we really are bored of the bountiful bust.