How to Get Perky Breasts Without Surgery

How to Get Perky Breasts Without Surgery:

It is very difficult to achieve the perfect shape of your chest without surgery. However, there are certain things which will definitely work wonders in getting them just right. Here’s a list of tips which may help you out.

1) Try to eat healthy foods like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and fish; avoid processed food such as cookies or cakes.

2) Drink plenty of water.

Avoid alcohol and caffeine drinks.

3) Exercise regularly at least three times a week.

Keep your heart rate up by doing some form of cardiovascular exercise such as jogging, swimming or cycling. You can do these activities for 30 minutes 3-5 days a week, but it is better to do them every day if possible.

4) Eat breakfast before 7 am and dinner between 6 pm and 9 pm.

If you have to skip one meal, then try to eat something light such as yogurt or fruit juice instead of eating a big meal.

5) Don’t smoke cigarettes or use drugs while pregnant.

These substances can cause birth defects in the baby. Also don’t drink too much alcohol during pregnancy, because it can affect the developing fetus’ growth rate.

6) Be careful with the types of medications you take during pregnancy.

Always consult your doctor before taking a medication. If you have high blood pressure, diabetes or epilepsy you may need to take some medicines during your pregnancy. However, these medicines may cause harm to the developing baby.

7) Wear a supportive bra that gives proper support to your body.

8) If you have the resources and means to do so, consider hiring a professional postpartum doula for help and advice on how to care for your new infant.

These professionals can provide invaluable assistance with everything from breastfeeding to household chores and more.

9) Finally, as cliché as it may sound, DO NOT compare your body to those of others, particularly supermodels or stars in movies or on TV.

Not everyone is perfect. What you see in magazines or on TV is only a photo-shopped or air-brushed version of reality and not representative of the real thing.

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