Persons most commonly affected:
Women over 18 years of age.
Organ or part of body involved:
Causes and risk factors:
Breast development begins at puberty, when a young woman
Try to avoid caffeine – this includes chocolate, coffee, caffeinated sodas, tea, etc. These foods can throw off your hormonal balance, interfering with successful breast growth. Reducing stress by exercising moderately, getting plenty of sleep and eating the right foods that keep blood sugar stable is a must for keeping hormonal balance, which provides an excellent conduit to breast growth. Try to let your breasts be as free from constraints as possible at all times, even if this means wearing a looser bra, or no bra at all once in a while.