How a Breast Reduction Can Improve Your Athletic Abilities

We live pretty active lives here in Beverly Hills, and breast reduction surgery can help you maintain that busy routine without so much discomfort. For women with naturally large breasts, even basic exercise like jogging can be quite painful. Surgery can help reduce that pain, allowing even more access to an active lifestyle.

Importance of Exercise

Exercise is important for many aspects of our lives, both physical and emotional. Physically, exercise keeps our bodies strong and healthy, helps keep off extra weight and exercises our hearts. Emotionally, the act of exercising releases endorphins that make us feel better both during and after our routines. Studies show that those who maintain a regular exercise routine have fewer problems with stress, anxiety and depression than those who don’t exercise.

An Unexpected Handicap

Despite all the arguments in favor of being active, experiencing physical pain while doing so is a strong deterrent. This is especially frustrating in the case of large breasts, because it’s not an injury that will eventually heal, allowing you to resume your normal life.

One option to help keep some women feeling their best while active is breast reduction. By making the breasts smaller, women find they are able to participate in far more physical activities than before: it’s easier to find swimsuits that fit properly for surfing, nothing gets between you and the rock while climbing, and yoga poses are no longer obstructed by your breasts.

If you’re tired of feeling like your generous breast size is holding you back from the level of physical activity you’d prefer, consider the possibility of a breast reduction. There’s a good reason this procedure has one of the highest postoperative satisfaction ratings among patients: the effects are dramatic and welcome.


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