While many women want bigger and bigger breasts, some of you already know the (literal) pain that can come from their dream. If you’ve been “blessed” with extra large breasts, you know that bigger isn’t always better. In fact, big breasts can cause can many physical and emotional health problems. Here are some of the problems you can solve in your life through a breast reduction surgery.
Although many women seem to think that having bigger breasts will make them sexier and more confident, this is not always the case. If you have always had a big chest, you might feel uncomfortable in your body. You may feel like your chest overwhelms the rest of you; you might be self-conscious about their size and your proportions. After all, with large breasts it can be hard to find clothes that fit, among many other social problems. A breast reduction surgery can help solve that.
If you have big breasts, you might also be very aware of all your movements. Extra movement such as running can be very inconvenient and even painful. When other women can get away with just wearing a sports bra, often women with large breasts need to layer on bra after bra after sports bra in order to get enough support to exercise. A breast reduction surgery can help free up your movements, helping to give you the range of motion that you’ve always wanted to work for.
Chronic Health Problems
Large breasts can cause many other chronic health problems, especially involving your posture, joints, and back. The extra weight on the front of your body can cause many problems including, but not limited to:
- Poor posture
- Back and shoulder pain
- Tense and tight muscles
- Rashes or chafing
- Other health problems due to being unable to exercise
If you suffer from any of these problems, and they are related to the heaviness and large size of your breasts, you should definitely consider breast reduction surgery. Free yourself from the overwhelming and negative influence of your breasts. You deserve a body you can work with, not fight against.