Fact 1. They can get out of shape from your sleep
Sleeping facedown won't deflate your breasts, but it can make them misshapen over time. The best sleeping position is to sleep on your side, with a pillow under them for support as you sleep. I would recommend using lotion or cream daily to keep them in shape.
Fact 2. About 2 million of women have fake breasts
About two million women in the United States have breast implants, with 250,000 going under the knife each year. The average age of a woman who gets implants is 34, and 90 percent do it after they have had kids. Most women increase by 2 cup sizes after the implants. But not every women who underwent implants are always happy with the results: about 6% of women with breast implants return for a size adjustment or to have them taken out altogether.
Fact 3. Cleavage is not Determined by Breast Size
2 women with same cup size may not have the same cleavage. Woman's breasts that are fuller in the middle will have greater cleavage. Woman with only an A or B cup but with her breasts naturally set close together, can have nice cleavage too. In addition, if your body is narrow below your shoulders, you'll have an easier time creating a deeper valley between your 2 peaks.
Fact 4. They hate to bounce around
Running and aerobics can cause your breasts to bounce around, inadequate support will result in breast sagging earlier, and breast pain the next day. Wear a sturdier sports bra that has underwire and molded cups, no matter what your size.
Fact 5. But the right exercise can give them a little lift
Regularly exercising the pectoral muscle in your chest can help to make
your breast perkier and create the illusion of cleavage. Push-ups and chest presses are your best boobs boosting bets.
Fact 6. Take them to see your Doctor at the right time
Because your boobs are at their smoothest and least tender the week after your period, it's the best time to have your doctor check out any unusual lumpiness or swelling.
Fact 7. The left is usually larger
No two breasts are exactly the same size, and it is usually your left breast that is bigger than the right side. However, often the difference is so slight, you'd never notice they are of different sizes.