Who are most vulnerable to sagging breasts?
With the exception of small breasts, sagging breasts is a natural process. It happens to all women when they age. Factors such as genes and diet determine the elasticity of the females’ skin and ligaments. When gravity pulls the breasts down, these ligaments and skin stretch and breasts which are heavier tend to sag more due to the weight, resulting in sagging breasts. For breast feeding females, when breast feeding is no longer required, the milk ducts and tissue shrinks, but the surrounding skin does not. Over time, the breast will become saggy. In the entire lifetime of a female, weight would vary. When females gain weight, there will be more fat tissue and so her breasts would increase in size. However, when females lose weight, some fat tissue is lost from the breasts. The ligaments and skin are not affected which will result in the breast that looks emptier and would then sag. Sagging breasts is also seen in post menopausal females as well as overweight females. It cannot be prev