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Understanding breast size and how to increase it
There are many factors that influence breast size.
How is your body shaped?
Body structure is one of them. If you are on the more slender and petite side of the scales, your breast size will not be toward the higher end. If you are big boned and heavy, then chances are your breasts too will be more ample.
Genetics plays quite a role too. Bigger or smaller breasts or chest size run in the family.
Weight also plays a role
Breasts are mainly fatty tissue. Therefore, the fatter you are, the bigger your breasts will be.
Natural bust enlargement techniques
A very big misconception is that surgery or artificial implants is the only way to enhance breast growth. There are other ways to do this.
One of these is to put on more weight.
Calculate your metabolic rate and increase your intake of protein and carbohydrates. Your breasts will become heavier soon.
Another method is to limit cardiovascular exercises to 30 minutes every day. This will burn excess fat, without taking it off your breasts.
Breast massage stimulates blood flow to the breasts and helps to firm and tone the skin, making them look more prominent. Exercises such as the bench press (which strengthen the chest muscles) will also make your breasts look bigger by providing better muscular support. Procedures that will give you a larger breast
How to get bigger breasts with surgery
If your quest for a larger breast is a little more serious, you can consider breast augmentation surgery.
It will not only improve the fullness of your breasts, but also enhance your overall body symmetry and therefore give your confidence a boost.
This surgery is good for people who are physically healthy, have their breasts fully developed, have a strong mental make-up, have two breasts of different sizes, are unhappy about just the size of their breasts etc.
Recovery after surgery
The recovery period is quite short, usually lasting no more than 24 to 48 hours. However, tenderness and swelling will persist for a few weeks. In a very short while, the incisions will fade and you can lead a normal life with the renewed confidence of your new look.