HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH BREAST CHANGES
We live in a culture that teaches women that they are their bodies. Girls are taught as teenagers that the development of breasts into a specific form and size is a sign of maturation into women. As adults, women subject their bodies to intense, depressing, and demoralizing scrutiny. Women are either too much or too little all of the time. Women with enormous breasts are afraid of getting unwanted attention, whereas women with petite breasts become the object of dehumanizing remarks. What’s up with society’s body-shaming of women who have flat chests? Anyway, here let’s see how underdeveloped breasts can be rectified with the help of Ayurveda
NORMAL BREAST DEVELOPMENT
When an unborn kid develops nipples and the beginnings of milk ducts, breast development begins before birth. Breast buds emerge in puberty and mature into mammary tissue in girls. The areola darkens as the breast raises and enlarges. The breasts alter over the monthly cycle throughout premenopausal life, which can cause premenstrual pain and swelling that decreases shortly after menstruation. Breast maturation and full development are regarded to be complete only once a woman becomes pregnant and her breasts start producing milk. The loss of estrogen during menopause causes the breasts’ connective fibers to lose suppleness, causing the breasts to lose their form. Ptosis is the medical term for this condition
WHY DO QUITE A FEW TEENAGERS SUFFER FROM UNDERDEVELOPED BREASTS
Breast hyperplasia causes some breast tissue to not mature, resulting in a lack of development in the breasts. Poland’s syndrome is a disorder that results in very little breast development due to a variety of factors. Breast buds, a small patch of tissue just beneath the nipple from which the breast grows during puberty, are absent in girls born with this condition. Amastia, or the complete lack of breast tissue, nipple, and areola, is an uncommon and usually unilateral condition. Unless you have congenital abnormalities like these, you don’t have to be too stressed.
Significant weight loss can result in a reduction in breast adipose tissue, as well as a reduction in the size of previously established breasts (typically bilateral). To determine the origin of breast shrinkage, a thorough medical history is required; for example, anorexia nervosa can cause extreme dieting, but other causes include virilization syndromes, hypo-estrogenism (premature ovarian failure), or systemic disorders (with weight loss and hypo estrogenic states). Localized alterations with subsequent breast atrophy can occur in scleroderma.
HERE’S HOW AYURVEDA GUIDES YOU
Many young girls suffer from underdeveloped breasts as a result of being misled into using harmful creams or lotions. However, one must first determine the true cause, which is that the female may be suffering from leucorrhoea, which manifests itself as a stinky white discharge from the vaginal area. In some circumstances, it is noted that if someone has a sluggish liver function and is frequently constipated, or if they have a metabolic problem, they would have an unshapely breast. Girls who want to be the right size choose for breast surgery or silicone and saline breast implants, both of which cause more harm than good.
Ayurveda recommends a variety of herbal breast enlargement therapies that are quite efficient when applied correctly as advised by an Ayurvedic practitioner. They aid in increasing the size of the breasts in a natural way, hence balancing the Medha Dhatu in the body. For eg: plants like Varahikand (Ipomea digitata), Vidarikand (Pueraria mirifica), Safed Musali (Chlorophytum borivilianum), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus), and Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) provide the most effective outcomes for breasts that are undeveloped.
BREAST MASSAGE- PROCEDURE
The four-step approach will teach you how to do a simple massage technique in the comfort of your own home. Although practically any light massage technique may benefit you, these four should be included in your routine. Step one, in particular, is a gentle draining motion that drains the breast lymphatic system and is perhaps the most significant of the four stages. The second and fourth steps aid in the passage of venous fluids. Feel free to play around with these two movements to see what works best for you. Step three is merely to maintain the condition of your support ligaments and aid in the struggle against gravity.
HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH BREAST CHANGES
Breast growth can be both fascinating and perplexing. It’s crucial to remember, though, that this is a totally natural aspect of growing up. It’s natural to be perplexed by your body’s changes, but learning how to deal with them can be beneficial. If you’re self-conscious about the size of your breasts or you’re not sure what to do about it, find a trusted adult with whom you can talk about it. Talk to your mother, aunt, or older sister about your concerns, how you’re feeling, and how they can help you feel more at ease with the procedure. It’s important to remember that talking about your feelings is preferable to having them pent up.
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People are narrow-minded when they go to great pains to impose a single ideal of beauty on another woman, intolerant when they make women feel inferior because of their breast size, and cruel when they treat her as a caricature. It is past time for society to move beyond the stereotypical single-body picture of a woman. We, as women, must overcome the persistent feeling that something is wrong with us. It is not the size of your breast that defines you. Men must rise beyond the media’s unrealistic image of women
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