A breast reduction could help if you are suffering from backache.
July 14, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsBreast reduction surgery can cure a number of physical ailments says Cosmetic Surgery Guru – an online resource which provides information and advice regarding both surgical and non-surgical procedures.
According to the website, removing fat, glandular tissues and skin from the breasts has many health benefits and has been known to alleviate problems such as back pain, neck problems, poor posture, excess sweating, skin infections and rashes, painful bra straps and the inability to partake in sports.
Isabella Franklin, a spokeswoman for the site said: "Carrying a lot of weight upfront can lead to aches and pains all over the body and is surprisingly restrictive. Those with a large bust often find that their back becomes extremely sore and this can affect their day-to-day life."
She continued: "Breast reduction surgery gets rid of a lot of that heaviness and takes the strain off tired muscles. It allows people to move around easier and helps them to up their exercise intake if they want to become fitter. Running, skipping and even walking can be challenging with an ample chest, so going under the knife can be wonderfully liberating."
Figures released by The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) also reveal that breast reductions are on the rise. The number of women having the procedure rose by 6.7 per cent from 2010 to 2011 and the number of men rose by seven per cent. It was the third most popular procedure for males and females combined in the UK with 4,986 people in total having their chest reduced – a rise of 4.8 per cent.
Commenting on the BAAPS statistics, Isabella Franklin said: "With the obesity epidemic in full swing, it seems more and more people are turning to cosmetic surgery. Breast size alters with body weight, so perhaps we'll see numbers increasing even more as the population gets bigger".
If you want a smaller chest, book a mammoplasty with a reputable surgeon for the best results, states Cosmetic Surgery Guru.