Breast Care

To have safer Breast do follow these steps

Eat a healthy diet

Eating a well balanced diet of vegetable, good quality meats and proteins, healthy fats, and nurient-dense foods is essential to being vital and healthy for your body. Make sure to get plenty of essential fatty acids and anti-oxidant rich foods.  Buy as much organic foods as you can to avoid genetically modified foods and harmful chemicals.  And reduce the amount of processed sugars and simple carbohydrates in your diet, both things that create inflammation and acidity in the body.


 

Practice breast self-exams (BSE)

It’s a great habit to get into to examine your breasts on a regular basis.  Get to know your breasts by breast self-exams (BSE).  And that way if there any changes in your breast tissue, you will know by feel. You only need to worry in teens about your breasts if you notice these problems:

  • pain in your breast that isn't related to your period
  • a new lump, bump, or other change in your breast
  • a red, hot, or swollen breast
  • fluid or bloody discharge from your nipple
  • a lump in your armpit or near your collarbone

Finding the Right Bra

Bras minimize jiggling embarrassment, shape the appearance of a girl's breasts, and are also helpful from a health standpoint. Wearing the right bra keeps a girl's breasts supported while she's playing a sport and can help prevent injury to breast tissue.A well-fitting bra is also important for a woman's posture, particularly if she has large breasts. A bra that doesn't fit can cause back problems, muscle tension, and even headaches.

  • There are two parts to a bra's size: the chest size (also called the band size) and the cup size.
  • It's important to get both the chest and cup sizes right to ensure a proper fit.
  • Bras come in many sizes, which are different combinations of the chest sizes (shown as numbers — in the United States, these are 32, 34, 36, etc.) and cup sizes (shown as letters — AA, A, B, C, etc.).
  • If your chest measurement comes out as an odd number (such as 31 inches or 33 inches), it's usually a good rule to round down to the next number. Bras tend to stretch over time and most bras have a few sets of adjustable hooks and eyes, so you can adjust the tightness.
  • For Cup size you tape measure around your body, you're going to take the measurement across the fullest part of your breasts. Write down this number. Now subtract your chest measurement. If the difference between the two numbers is less than 1 inch, your cup size is AA. If it's 1 inch, your cup size is A; 2 inches, you're a B; 3 inches you're a C, and so on.
   
Source :www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breastfeeding
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