It is not uncommon for the breast to lose its shape after feeding. Many women face the problem of deformation of the mammary glands. This happens for a number of reasons. First, the breasts are reduced in size, while the skin remains stretched. Secondly, during the feeding process, the fat reserves that support the breast are consumed. Third, connective tissues are weakened. However, do not despair, as there are ways to restore breasts to their former shape without surgery.
It is necessary
- - cream;
- - herbs;
- - dumbbells.
Restoration of skin elasticity
There are no sebaceous glands on the skin of the breast, so it is very sensitive here. Creams will help restore its elasticity. Use creams that contain skin-stimulating ingredients: plant extracts, collagen and elastin. They regenerate cells and promote the formation of new fibers. Apply the cream to your skin morning and evening. Before applying, warm the cream in your palms and apply in a circular motion from the base of the breast to its edge.
Strengthening connective tissue
A contrast shower has a stimulating effect on connective tissue, strengthens blood vessels and tones the skin. As you shower in the morning, douche each breast in circular motions for ten seconds, first with cold water and then warm water. Finish dousing with cold water. Rub your breasts with ice cubes after showering. Ice will restore energy supply to all cells and improve blood circulation.
Restoration of glandular tissue
Phytoestrogens, which are found in medicinal herbs, will help restore the glandular tissue of the breast. These are sage, angelica root, hop cones, flax seed, dill herb, dried kelp, oregano herb. Take 4-5 herbs that will be available, mix in equal proportions, grind, pour boiling water and take a teaspoon in the morning and at night for 2 months.
This set of exercises will strengthen your chest muscles and keep your chest in great shape. Stand up straight with your palms upright in front of your chest. Press your palms together with all your strength and maintain this position for 15 seconds. Breathe calmly and evenly. Relax. Repeat the exercise 10 times.
Stand up straight with your fingers crossed at chest level and your elbows wide apart. Stretch the brushes apart with maximum force. Maintain the position for 15 seconds, breathe evenly and calmly. Repeat the exercise 10 times.
Take dumbbells (up to 1 kg) in each hand. Stand straight with your arms bent at the elbows. Raise your elbows to shoulder level so that your forearms form a straight line in front of your chest. Slowly raise your arms up 10 cm and slowly return to the starting position. Repeat 15 times.
Lie on the floor, on your stomach. Spread your arms to the sides. While contracting the muscles of the arms, lift the chest as you inhale and lower it as you exhale. Repeat 10 times.
Take dumbbells. Lie on the floor. Raise your arms and spread them to the side. Hands should not touch the floor. Hold this position for 10 seconds and raise your arms up again. Repeat the exercise 10 times.