As wonderful as it is to have a baby, pregnancy can take a toll on a woman’s body. One area that many women ask about is their breasts. As pregnancy progresses, a woman’s breasts grow larger and heavier as they engorge with milk, causing the ligaments supporting the breasts to stretch.
This reduced ligament support may cause breasts to sag to some degree.
But there are things that can be done to improve this sagging, specifically chest exercises after the pregnancy that build up chest muscles.
Your breast is comprised of multiple elements. Inside your breast you have milk ducts and glands surrounded by fatty tissues. Underneath these tissues, ducts and glands lies the pectoralis major muscle, or the chest muscle, which helps to support the tissue.
Because your breast is comprised of fatty tissues, and because you cannot tighten up the stretched muscles, you must work the chest muscle via chest exercises to tone and lift the breast.
Simple exercises can work the pectoral muscle to produce firmer, less saggy breasts. Here are a few of my favorites.
Chest Exercises to Lift Your Breasts
Being a mom does not mean settling for a life of frustration and exhaustion.
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