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Care For Your Best-est Organ Ladies – Breasts!

One of the most amazing organs for any woman are heir breasts. It helps in enhancing a woman’s beauty & also provides nutrition to her babies.

So, one of the important part of staying healthy is caring for your breast. Needless to say, cancer of the breast claims more lives than any other ailment. If you are interested in breast surgery then you could go and get them done in Luxurgery, or another surgeon of your choice if you are in a different region, your breasts are an important part of your body, and keeping your confidence whilst looking after them is essential.

Khurki brings you some simple tips to protect and take care of your breasts.

1. Make exercise an integral part of your life

Break a sweat from your body, exercise for 45 minutes. Maintain your weight. Need motivation, then look at Jennifer Hudson’s transformation.


2. Moisturize your tits

Breasts are made of very delicate skin that needs moisture. So if you want your breasts to look young, invest them in a good moisturizer.

3. Get the RIGHT bra

Most important! Your breasts will hopefully be in your life forever, so it’s worth it to go to a bra store and have them measured to make sure you have the perfect size and shape. Breast change shape over a course of time, so don’t keep on trying the same bra you got a year ago.

4. Drink less alcohol

Research has shown that two drinks a day could increase the breast size. Instead, try swapping wine for fresh grapes. Hard to do?? I know, but can’t help.

5. Examine your boobs periodically

This is also one of the most important tips. Because, if you don’t do this you might end up losing your breasts. If you don’t know how to do a self-exam, look it up on Youtube or visit the women’s services Albuquerque. They can perform a breast exam and show you how to check your boobs at home.

6. Breast feed if you can

Not only is breastfeeding good for your baby, it’s good for you as well. One study estimates that you reduce your risk 4.1 per cent for every 12 months of breastfeeding. So the longer that you breast feed, the better it is for your breast health (and your baby!!)

Amneet Kaur
Amneet Kaur
Pure Punjabi blood, with a sarcastic Indian within me, brings the 'Khurki’ in me alive...No pun intended!


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