Surgery or Exercise To Reduce Breast Size?
Women with big breasts (natural or boosted with help from a plastic surgeon) carry a great weight on their chest. They may look and feel amazing but with age, they put pressure on the spine and produce neck and back pain. It’s some kind of price women with a large bust have to pay for the fact that they attract people’s attention wherever they go.
Besides all sorts of bras, there are two other solutions to this problem: one quick but pretty risky and one that takes longer but it doesn’t involve any risks. The solution without risks is to exercise to reduce breast size and follow a special diet. There are exercises specially conceived to reduce the size of your bust naturally and there are diets that promise to take away that back pain. You should start with the diet as the tissue in the breasts is mainly fat. This way, if you reduce your entire body fat the breasts will get smaller too. Many women who went on a diet observed that their breasts were the first to show signs of getting slimmer. All you have to do is find the right diet, the one that burns fat tissue.
Let’s not forget about the exercises! You need exercises that challenge your metabolism to lose fat and cardio is amazing at this. Jogging, spinning, walking, riding a bike, using an elliptical machine and others are your best friend during this period.
Depending on the size of your breasts you should focus on low impact cardio; if you are blessed with huge boobs it’s really hard to try jogging or jumping, the ladies won’t be happy at all. A daily cardio routine of 45 to 60 minutes will help you see results all over your body and in time, your breast size will be reduced.
The quick and risky solution is a breast reduction surgery. For this one you’ll have to find a very good plastic surgeon that will walk you through the process so you can better understand what is about to happen on his or her table. The basic process of this type of procedure is simple: the surgeon removes fatty tissue and skin in excess from your breasts and in the end, readjusts the nipples so the breasts still look normal and fabulous. You have to know that there are serious risks like: scars, infection, other side effects from the medication, the possibility of a breast being visibly smaller than the other, etc. All you have to do is to take your time and think about this procedure before you make the final step.
When you compare the two solutions, it might seem a little better to try and exercise to reduce breast size, it’s more natural and implies less risks than the surgery. Still there are cases when exercising could take too long or it’s not showing the results you want and you decide for surgery. Whichever solution you decide to follow you have to be informed and know the risks it implies.