Breast procedures tend to outnumber all others. Most often, we think of breast procedures that enlarge size. However, an enhancement may, in some cases, involve reduction. According to statistics, breast reduction is one of the most highly-rated procedures regarding patient satisfaction. If you have been toying with the idea of reducing the size of your breasts, consider these perks.
You will feel more confident.
Much of the time, the reason given for wanting breast reduction is something along the lines of improved comfort. However, what patients notice after their procedure, is that the new proportions of their body elevate their confidence. When the breasts are quite large, a woman may find herself on the receiving end of attention she does not want. This is uncomfortable, to say the least! In instances where the patient is quite young for the over-development of breasts, the unwanted attention can be embarrassing. All of this can be put to bed with the right amount of reduction.
Let’s talk about those proportions . . .
To put it bluntly, it is troublesome to have breasts that are not in proportion with the rest of the body. This isn’t only about the unwarranted attention that we mentioned; it may also have a significant impact on finding clothes that fit properly. In some cases, fashion is severely limited for the woman with large breasts. Wearing tank tops or a bikini may be out of the question, and the habit may be to dress in separates versus dresses, due to the discrepancies between the upper and lower body.
Your health may improve.
This isn’t a perk that most people will immediately attribute to breast reduction, but it should not be overlooked. Think about it. When breasts get in the way and are difficult to support, it is understandable that you don’t feel overwhelmingly excited about working out. Women with excessive breast tissue have noted discomfort such as numbness in the arms and shortness of breath that make it difficult to want to exercise. From this perspective, smaller breast size could be a catalyst for improved physical performance and health.