Pregnancy, hormone fluctuations and aging can cause breasts to sag. Although aging of the breast tissue and skin is natural, there are some exercises and practices you can use to firm your breasts. Surgical options are available to people who want more dramatic results.Wear supportive sports bras while you exercise. The breasts bounce and stretch with each jump or step. Women with large breasts should look for underwire sports bras with thick straps.A sport’s bra should fit more snugly than lingerie. It should wrap around your rib cage.
Sleep on your back. If you favor one side while you sleep, you may find that the top breast sags and stretches more. By staying on your back, you can keep both breasts firmer longer.Don’t allow weight fluctuations. Yo-yo dieting can lead to stretch marks and inelastic skin. Each time you gain weight, your breasts may appear to sag more when you lose it, because the skin has to stretch around extra fat tissue.
Replace your bras when the supportive bands stretch. If the last clasps on the bra no longer provide a tight, supportive fit, it is time to replace them. Breast size can change with hormones, weight fluctuations and pregnancy, so get sized for a new bra if your current bra is uncomfortable or too loose.Maintain the life of your bras by clasping them before you wash them.
If you can’t hand wash them, use the gentle cycle and place them in a mesh laundry bag to avoid stretching them.Use anti-aging creams on your neck and upper breast area. Choose formulas that improve collagen in the skin. They can make your cleavage look more youthful.Apply cold water on your chest. Cold water or even ice can help your breasts avoid sagging.