Big Breasts Look Great, But Do You Feel Great?

Sadly modern society places aesthetic appearance above personality these days, especially where women are concerned and this is reflected in the number of breast enhancement and reduction procedures carried out across the world in women of all ages, shape and sizes, and for different reasons too.

Small breasts for example are today considered a design fault. Yet for some women with above average to large breasts the thought of smaller breasts is considered to be the ideal in size and appearance.

For large breasts carry more than just larger tissue mass; they can be quite painful and psychologically damaging to a women’s self confidence due to the way society views and portrays large breasts.

Large breasts are a lot to carry around, regardless of body shape, dimensions or size. Large breasts can affect the posture and lead to back pain, can cause breathing problems and can actually scar due to chaffing of the skin caused by the bra digging into the skin.

Then there is the physiological aspects of “large boobies”. Some women feel self conscious and uncomfortable with their breast size, reporting unwanted attention from the opposite sex and the feeling of being judged by their “assets” and not their personality and intellect.

Lifestyle wise, large breasts can be a burden for women with Jogging, aerobics or other forms of activity such as dancing proving uncomfortable and obstructive, while choosing well fitting clothing can also be a problem.

Most women with big breasts accept what they were given and learn to live with their breasts, wearing extra supportive bras and maintaining a trim figure as fat can increase breast size.

However for some, no amount of bra support or fighting the flab can ease the aesthetical and emotional challenge that large breasts can represent and for them surgery in the shape of breast reduction is deemed a necessary step to take.

Being comfortable with your breast size, mentally, physically and health wise is more important than aesthetics. Your breasts may look great, but do you feel great? That is the most important question of all and only you can answer that.

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