WASHINGTON, January 30, 2017 – For many, big breasts are an asset in the arena of physical appearances. They can make clothes look more stylish, and the owner, super-hot and voluptuous.
However, women who have to deal with big breasts are born with a major disadvantage. Large breasts can cause painful back problems. Exceptionally gifted women have to deal with chronic pains that stem from poor posture due to the disproportional weight distribution from their posterior and anterior parts. That does not even count the pain big breasted women can suffer from the unusual attention they get from other people and the limitations it poses to the range of physical activities that they can carry out.
There are, however, some tips to help reduce that pain.
Tip No. 1: Replace Your Ordinary Bras With Posture Bras And Sports Bras
This simple shift can do a lot to improve your posture and relieve you of back pain and migraines associated with muscle tension. With sports bras, you know exactly what to look for — large, racerback bras. Simple sports bras will be ideal for women who have moderately large breasts, and for days when you don’t expect to be putting too much strain on your spine for either sitting down or standing up for very long periods of time.
Women with cup D breasts are the best candidates for wearing customized bras or posture bras on a more regular basis. However, women who experience chronic back pains, those with large breasts but petite frames, and those who experience muscle strain around the neck and shoulders will also benefit from them. Look for posture bras with broad backs, separate cups and front locks for maximum comfort and convenience.
Tip No. 2: Resolve To Lose Excess Weight
Of course, if you have a narrow frame, excess weight is probably not your issue for painful back so skip weight loss. For those who have huge breasts and large frames, going down to your ideal weight will help make both your total figure and breasts weigh lighter. That lost weight alone will help relieve your back from unnecessary tension and chronic pain.
To lose weight sustainably, never go beyond losing two pounds weekly. Come up with a weekly meal plan. If you are morbidly obese, consulting with a licensed nutritionist and your physician may be necessary to ensure your health and safety of your weight loss program.
Tip No. 3: Get Into a Regular Exercise Routine
Find a physical activity that interests you, that you are comfortable of performing, and which you enjoy. Do this regularly to get you sweating. Slowly make an active lifestyle your kind of lifestyle by folding in regular, mundane physical activities like walking, taking the stairs and performing household chores.
Tip No. 4: Consider Taking Painkillers
On days when the pain becomes too much of a burden to bear, don’t hesitate to take a painkiller but, take care not to take these addictive drugs too often. A pop will temporarily relieve the feeling of intense pain. If the intense feeling of pain, however, becomes chronic, it may be timely to consider other medical options.
Tip No. 5: Consider Enrolling In a Physical Therapy Program
If your back and shoulder pain are seriously bothering you, consider therapy. This is particularly helpful for women who have been diagnosed with posture problems like scoliosis, which is quite common among women with a big boob problem.
Tip No. 6: Make Breast Reduction Surgery Your Last Option
When your condition cannot be helped by Tips 1 to 4 above, breast reduction may be the only viable choice you got left. Once you do consider surgery, make sure that you understand the risks that you are taking and will be willing to leave with the consequences of surgery and of smaller breasts. You have to be physically, emotionally and psychologically prepared to take this step.
One of the best loved supermodels of all time, Cindy Crawford, once stated a typical woman’s dilemma, “You start out happy that you have no hips or boobs. All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping.”
As important as breast size is to good looks, as defined by the society, your health reigns supreme.