5 Daily Habits That Cause Breasts To Sag
Jan. 24, 2020
Saggy breasts are inevitable unless you have a plastic surgeon on speed dial. The main reason breasts droop is due to age because our skin becomes less elastic as we grow older subjecting us to gravity. However, some every day habits can accelerate this process whether your breasts are small or large. Here are some daily habits that are causing your breasts to sag:
1.Sleeping on Your Stomach
Sleeping on your stomach feels so good but it’s bad for your twins because it squeezes your breasts against the mattress for hours. Sleeping on your back is your best bet as sleeping on your side stretches out your breast ligaments.
If your boobs will be exposed to the sun, slather on some sunscreen because sun damage will weaken your skin causing your tatas to sag.
Smoking will not only wreak havoc on your lungs but also your breasts. This is because smoking decreases blood supply to the skin surface weakening and aging your skin. “Smoking doesn’t only damage the appearance of your face, it can also take a toll on your figure. As skin loses its elasticity, parts that were once firm may begin to droop. This includes the inner arms and breasts. Researchers have identified smoking as a top cause of sagging breasts,” an article on Web MD explains.
4. Not Wearing a Bra
Many of us cannot hack a day without bra support otherwise it will be ‘nipples to the wind’ all day. However, there are the lucky few whose breasts are dainty enough to go braless but this can also cause your breasts to droop. Other researchers claim that wearing bras can cause your boobs to sag so proceed with caution.
5. Crash Dieting
If you want to keep your boobs right and tight don’t go on a crash diet or gain weight fast as these processes damage your breasts’ elasticity.
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