When women get forty years old and more they start facing the problem of sagging breas*s. The breas*s are actually made of fatty tissue, connective tissue, and glands. The size of the breasts depends on the amount of fat.
The shape of the breas*s, on the other hand, depends on the connective tissue and the ligaments which provide support to the breas*s. The sensation in the breas*s is provided by the nerves present in them.
In addition, breas*s also contain blood vessels, as well as lymph vessels and lymph nodes.
The sagging of the breas*s can be caused by a few factors which contribute to the loss of elasticity and collagen, as well as to the loss of the connective tissue under the skin. All of this leads to deflated breas*s rather than firm. The factors we are talking about include:
1. Drastic weight gain or weight loss
4. Wearing wrong bra size
5. Improper nutrition
You probably wonder what you can do in order to maintain your breasts firm.