Big breasts can hurt. They are a common cause of back pain, neck stiffness, poor posture, shortness of breath and rashes under the chest.
Genetics, body weight, hormonal changes in the body, pregnancy, breastfeeding and the side effects of certain drugs influence the size of the breast. The breast itself develops from embryonic tissue and grows during puberty due to increased oestrogen levels.
It is composed of various types of tissue (fatty tissue, gland and connective tissue) and contains a number of hormone receptors. Hormonal changes in the body affect the hormone receptors in the breast and are a reason for constant changes in breast size.
There are several ways to naturally reduce the size of the breast. Let us look at those:
Strength training, cardio and aerobic exercises stimulate metabolism and increase the fat burning throughout the body. With increased weight loss, the fat content in the breasts also decreases. This automatically makes the breasts smaller.
Cardio training should be started easily at first. Crosstrainers, bicycles or walking are well suited for this. Jogging can, in turn, irritate large breasts and cause pain.
Targeted upper body strength training and specific exercises for firming the breast stimulate the burning of fat in the breast and upper body. Bench presses and pushups are good exercises to train the upper body.
Note: Even small changes in everyday life can accelerate the metabolism. This includes climbing stairs, cycling and brisk walking.
Massages belong to the ancient remedy to reduce the body fat on the whole body and on the breast. Massages promote blood circulation in the tissues and thus increase metabolic activity and fat burning in the body.
For increased metabolic activity in the breast, cream the breast with warm coconut oil or olive oil. Massage each breast for at least 10 minutes in circular movements. To achieve success, repeat the massage 5 times a week for 3 months.
A balanced and nutritious diet stimulates body functions and stimulates metabolic activities. This naturally stimulates the burning of fat and reduces the fat tissue of the breast along with the total body fat content.
Nutritional tips for natural fat loss:
Drink enough. Depending on the body size, the body needs 2-3 litres of water per day.
Omega 3 fatty acids
Increased estrogen levels are a common cause of large breasts. Omega 3 fatty acids help to naturally lower the oestrogen level in the body while supporting weight loss. For visible and noticeable success, foods containing omega-3 should be regularly integrated into the diet. Omega 3 fatty acids are contained in linseed, chia seeds, walnuts and fatty fish.