Friday, May 23, 2008

Right Breast massage.

How to do correct Breast massage.

Breast Massage: Massaging the Breasts

The four-step procedure will give you a simple massage technique that can be done, by yourself, in the privacy of your own home. Although almost any gentle massage technique will be of benefit, these four techniques should be a part of your personal regimen.

More specifically, step One is a gentle draining motion designed to drain the breasts lymphatic system and is possibly the most important of the four steps. Steps number Two and Four are to assist in the movement of venous fluids. Feel free to experiment with these to movements and find what is comfortable for you. Step Three is simply to help keep your support ligaments in good health and assist in the fight against gravity.

This procedure should be done at least twice a week. Apply Breast Cream before doing Breast Massage.

breast massage

Step One:

Use your fingers to gently smooth away from the nipple. These movements travel from the nipple and directly away using no more pressure than what you would apply to your eyelid. Any more pressure would flatten the lymphatic vessel and stop the flow of toxins and fluids. Also, make this stroke slow, not fast, for it to be effective.

Step Two:

Gently massage the breast with a kneading-like motion, using lifting and pressing movements.

Step Three:

Slowly and carefully use your hands to twist the breast in a clock-wise and anticlockwise direction, being careful not to put too much tension on the breast.

Step Four:

Use both hands as shown to apply several, moderate pressure, compressions to move out more pressure fluids.

You may have your own technique, but try to practice this step or refer to your medical consultant.



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