Hey mums wondering how to prevent sagging breast
Hey mums, wondering how to prevent sagging breast during and after breastfeeding. Whether you like it or not pregnancy, breastfeeding and ageing can cause your breast to sag.
Here are a few practical steps that has worked for a lot of women:
- if you are a nursing mother and breast feeding you should always wear a comfortable bra during the day and at night when sleeping. Wearing a bra will reduce the strain and stretch on the breast tissue,
- Keep your body young and fit by exercising. It will make you look and feel good by controlling your weight and giving you a trim waist to help emphasize the perkiness of your breasts. Aerobic exercise like jogging, walking, or swimming will help keep your waist small.
- Strengthen the muscles in your chest with weight lifting and breast lift exercises. Strengthen your pectoral, shoulder, and triceps muscles with chest presses. Lie on your back on the floor with a weight in each hand. Your elbows should be touching the floor with your forearms straight up in the air. Push the weights straight up until your arms are extended. Lower back to the starting position. Remember to wear a well-fitted sports bra during exercise.
- . Keep Your Skin Moisturized: Make sure you regularly moisturize your skin, especially your breasts. It will help your skin remain supple and get back in shape
Dont gain excess weight and Go Slow While Losing Weight: Once you have had your baby and are planning to lose weight, go slow about it. You may want to lose all the weight at once, or as fast as you can. However, it can result in your breast sagging further. Try to lose the weight slowly and steadily. It will give your skin the time it needs to adapt to the changes.