If you are well-endowed up top, you may find that you struggle with finding clothing that fits or even feels as though the weight is causing you issues. You may even be thinking about having breast reduction surgery. If so, consider the following benefits of having this type of breast augmentation.
Relieves Some Pain from Chronic Neck and Back Problems
When you have overly large breasts, trying to maintain good posture without them pulling you forward can be a challenge. As a result, you may find that your neck or back is always stiff and even painful when you try to do simple tasks such as walking or bending over to pick things up.
If you have surgery to reduce your breasts to a more manageable cup size, the surgeon removes an appropriate amount of fat. This fat removal results in immediate weight reduction that your neck and back have to endure, taking the strain off the muscles and reducing the pain and discomfort you may have experienced in the past.
Reduces Weight Causing Saggy Skin
Especially as you grow older, the excess weight in your breasts starts to cause sagging, which stretches your skin. Your skin then loses some of its tone and can even start showing the signs of stretch marks.
During a breast reduction, fat is not the only part of the breasts that is removed. Any excess saggy skin is cut and removed, then the remaining skin is stretched to give it a more youthful appearance.
Makes Finding a Sleeping Position Easier
Having large breasts can even make sleeping a challenge. You are often limited to what sleeping position you can use, such as only laying on your side, and even then, you may have to use a pillow to support them. And, you may have to always sleep in a bra to support the weight, causing you to always have a constricting band around your body.
Once your breasts are reduced to a reasonable size, your sleeping position will not be limited to just one, and you may find that sleeping in a bra is unnecessary. This will make getting and staying comfortable easier so you can finally get a good night's sleep.
If you're tired of your large breasts causing you discomfort and inconvenience, you may want to consider having them reduced. Make an appointment with a surgeon who performs breast augmentation surgery to discuss your options and any questions you may have about the procedure.