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Does A Treadmill Help Reduce The Breasts
Anyway I can reduce my breast size. They keep increasing and are horrible and uneven according to body size. Can using the treadmill daily help?
I recently lost 4lbs thru low carb diet + treadmill. It ALL went from my breasts & butt! Didn't lose fat from anywhere else. So upsetting! Any advice?
Fat loss: Low carb diet and treadmill (walking longer than an hour without being out of breath) will lose fat in all areas, but the abdomen is more resistant and just takes time. Keep it up and with patience, you will continue to lose. Try lifting light weights also, as muscle will consume more calories. ...Read more
How to avoid to lose fat from breast during gym and exercise while there is fat on lower body like using treadmill I get more sweating in upperportion?
I was experiencing some chest tightness while doing high intensity interval training in treadmill, is it normal or should I reduce the intensity?
Reduce intensity: For now. Unless you have a family history of very premature heart disease you are unlikely to have significant ht disease @ ur age. But, there are no absolutes in medicine. Not knowing more about u, if this is new & continues, u shud see your doc who can rather easily determine if anything is wrong. Hard for me to speculate further with limited info. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm now 40. During puberty I dealt with enlarged breasts and then they reduced. In my 20's to now they are enlarged. What do I do? Also have low drive
You may have a: Hormonal imbalance triggered by getting just a bit older. Please see your doc. He/she can easily measure your hormone levels w/lab testing. You can also visit a natural health doc and possible treatment would be through supplements. Diagnos-techs lab has a good male hormone panel. It uses saliva which is best, but conventional docs will usually use blood. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Weightloss / surgery: Sometimes, men develop fat on their chests as a consequence of obesity. This goes away with weight loss, or liposuction or direct excision can surgically reduce the size of the breasts. In other patients, it is breast tissue and not fat. These patients' breasts look bigger as the patient loses weight. Here, direct excision is the best course as weight loss cannot reduce true breast tissue. ...Read more
Nerve injury: It is not unusual for women with large breasts to experience stretching and reduced sensitivity of the nerves. ...Read more
Is there a medicak problem for over sized male breasts? How do you rectify it? To reduce the size? Exercise doesn't seem to be doing much good. Help!
It depends: Discuss this with your plastic surgeon. Breast reduction can reduce them a lot or a little depending on what you want. ...Read more
Breast reduction: If you are considered over weight then weight loss may reduce your breast size. If not and you are one of the many women with breasts that are to large for their comfort then go see a plastic surgeon. They will be able to tell you if you are a candidate for a breast reduction. ...Read more
No, it doesn't: Reduce breast growth but it can hurt! Consider a professional bra fitting. Up to 85% of women in america are not wearing the correct sized bra. A professional fitter will help to find a bra design that might assist in alleviating pain as well as determining the proper band and cup size. Take care. ...Read more
Yes it is: The breast size can be reduced by reduction mammoplasty which is a procedure performed by most plastic surgeons. However, prior to surgery you need to have a clinical breast exam and an appropriate breast imaging to make sure there are no medical conditions affecting your breasts which may need to be addressed prior to surgery. ...Read more
Get good bras: Make sure you have good fitting bras with the best support possible. Go to a department store or Lane Bryant for the Cacique Line of bras and get fitted by a staff member who knows what she is doing. You should NOT go bra-less, or be spilling over the top or side of your bra - that will get the wrong kind of attention. Chronic neck and back pain can be due to large breasts, a good bra can help ...Read more
Avoid sugar: Helpful diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain fewer calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. Eat lean protein such as skinless chicken breast. Avoid sugar & simple starches. ...Read more
Plasic surgery: Women with large breasts often have back and neck pain, and often have to wear a bra in bed. Life style is often affected. If you havebreast pain, back or neck pain, and want a breast reduction, most insurances will pay for it. I have referred many large breasted women for this procedure. I have yet to see anyone who has regretted it. ...Read more
Low Fat Diet: Modify your diet to reduce your breast size. Since breast tissue is made mostly of fat, decreasing your overall fat intake could lead to a reduced bust line. Monitor your diet by keeping a detailed intake log. Assess each food group to ensure you're receiving adequate nutrition while attempting to reduce your breast size. Lose weight gradually to prevent breast sagging. No more than 1-2 pounds/wk. ...Read more
She has a very big breasts, planing to reduce them with a surgery, what's the negative and positive to it? Is there another way instead of the surgery
Pros and Cons: Weight loss can decrease some of the fat content. But some females have large breasts even at their normal body weight. Large breasts can cause back pain in some women. Breasts reductions are usually covered by health insurances. Smaller bras are less expensive. So the benefits will depend on individual burden of the breasts to the patient (pain, weight, clothes, etc...) ...Read more
The area between and under my breasts gets itchy from time to time specially during night time. What could be the cause and how can I reduce itchiness?
Clothes or rash: Make sure you don't have a rash from skin-on-skin warmth/moisture that may be ringworm treatable with Lamisil (terbinafine) or lotrimin. If you have undergarments that are new, make sure you're not reacting to the fabric or coloring. The other part to breasts is simply dealing with them - they're going to be itchy, hot, tender, swollen, painful, etc. Just like anything else, look for a cause and try something. ...Read more
Sorry there are none: If you we're breast feeding. Bind your breasts, ice them and no stimulation for 2 weeks. If you are large breasted you will have to see a surgeon for a reduction. Sorry, there are no pills for either. ...Read more
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