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i am 22yrs female and i have heavy and so out of shape breasts. it make me feel so uncomfortable both physically and confidence wise. I want to reduce them but naturally within 6months as my job wil start. please give me a solid advise to reduce it?

By Anonymous December 25, 2010 - 11:18am
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I want to have natural firm bust.
i want to avoid any kind of surgery.
My 1bust is more bulky than other, I want to have optimal same size after reducing it

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December 28, 2010 - 11:49am
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Thank you for the advise. but do tell me. what do you think how much time will it take for me to reduce 8kg if we take 1 hr a day 4days a week?
What else can I do to make my diet effective? I also take unnecessary stress a lot. tell me few tips for making me stress free. please do not suggest doing any extra curricular activity because i am on a tight schedule due to my studies and par time job. Its difficult for me to Reschedule any new time consuming activity like going to dancing class, etc. other tips are most welcome

December 28, 2010 - 11:10am
(reply to Anonymous)

There are so many stress management tips...you just need to find the ones that work best for you. What do you already do in your life when you are most stressed? Sleep? Call a friend? Watch TV? Go for a walk? Surf on the internet? Tackle the problem that is causing the stress? Take deep breaths? Think positive thoughts? Write in a journal? Stretch?

For more ideas: Stress Management Resources.

Another article: Categories of Stress Management Techniques.

A healthy weight loss is 1-2 pounds per week. Any more than this, and you are losing muscle mass or just water weight. Good luck!

December 28, 2010 - 11:47am
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i was hoping for that suggestion. but please give me tips to reduce weight effectively and also i need to flat my belly in two months as a big occasion is coming. give me few exercising tips please.

December 26, 2010 - 12:07pm
(reply to Anonymous)

I wish it were that easy! :-) We would ALL have flat bellies!

To overall lose weight: reduce your calories by eating more healthy and filling foods that you enjoy (fruits, vegetables) and lowering the amount of unhealthy foods. Then...exercise 30-60 minutes DAILY by alternating cardio workouts (walking, running, elliptical machine, exercise class at the gym) with weight-bearing exercises (weight lifting).

Do you have access to a gym or personal trainer?

What is your height and weight?

December 26, 2010 - 3:37pm
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

I know one trainer and couple of gyms too. Last yr i went to a gym but I reduced a Kg in 3months and then it got struck there. But i am planning to rejoin it. Cardios make me feel energetic and good but machine like cross leg, rotatory disc, etc make me feel so tired and frustrated. Please guide me what should I do. My height is 5'7" and weight is 68kgs. i want to reach 58kg but i am happy with 60 kg too. Advise me further

December 27, 2010 - 10:35am
(reply to Anonymous)

Talk with a personal trainer at the gym (you usually can get one session free, or a free "intro to weights"). If the weight training is too tiring and frustrating, you are probably using too much weight. Another option is to participate in one of the classes that is promoted for "building strength", as usually lower weights are used in combination with some type of cardio. Try different classes or talk with a personal trainer to get you started!

December 28, 2010 - 10:53am

I am sorry...but there is no way to naturally reduce your bust size than overall losing weight. Many products claim to reduce bust size, but your breasts are made of fatty tissue that only exercise can help (reducing your overall size, ONLY IF you are overweight), or surgically reducing your bust.

December 26, 2010 - 9:27am
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