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Tips To Reduce Your Breast Size

  1. Massage your breasts to reduce the fat deposits in the breast tissues.
  2. Choose bras that suit your size perfectly and support your breasts. Ill-fitting bras may cause more harm than good. Also, do not wear them for prolonged hours and replace them every six months (after 180 wears).
  3. Increase your water intake and stay hydrated to reduce fat deposition in your body (15). This may also keep the skin elastic and prevent breast sagging.
  4. Talk to a nutritionist and follow a proper diet according to your body needs to maintain overall health and weight,and eventually reduce the size of your breasts. Read on to know more about foods that help in reducing breast size.

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5) Don’t biteunless your partner asks you to

Even if your partner is writhing and moaning with pleasure, you shouldn’t get carried away and bite or pull their nipple without her consent. If you sense that your partner might like it rough, ask, “Do you want more?” or “Harder?” before nibbling on or pulling on their nipple. While some people really enjoy rough breast play, others do not, and you don’t want to interrupt your good time or theirs by crossing that line without their consent.

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7) Different types of breasts enjoy different things

In a study conducted at the University of Vienna, researchers found that large breasts were about 24% less sensitive than small ones. “This is probably because the nerve that transmits sensation from the nipple is stretched,” says Alan Matarasso, M.D., a plastic surgeon in New York City. So if your partner has larger breasts, you may want to spend more time stimulating the outer sides of their breasts, just below the armpits, with your tongue or fingertips.

Similarly, if your partner is pregnant, nursing, or on their period, their nipples will be tender. (And this is assuming that your partner wants you to play with their breasts at all—many people with boobs do not, particularly if they’re breastfeeding.) Focus on your partner’s underboob, which is a frequently neglected area, and gently cup and support their breasts.

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  • Lisa Mcellen

Dec 29, 2017

    Lisa Mcellen Dec 29, 2017

    “Great article helped me loads now my breasts are firm and I am more comfortable with my partner and myself at the same time. ;-)” …” more

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