• January 27, 2016

The Dangers of Waist Training

The Dangers of Waist Training

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body contouringFor the past two years, celebrities ranging from the Kardashian clan and Amber Rose to Kim Zolciak and Jessica Alba have shared their “secret” to an hourglass figure—the waist trainer. The device is really a modern day corset, and there’s a reason women gave this practice up hundreds of years ago. While waist training sounds interesting, experts claim this trend poses many health threats—and we believe it. The only way we’ve had success with spot training and body sculpting is by using No Lipo Lipo and dry brushing, but the results are long lasting when you commit to the program, which really only takes a few minutes each day.

Here are some of the health risks you may encounter with waist training:

Compressed organs. Those who try waist training have trouble breathing because the garment squeezes and compresses your lungs. Even if the waist trainer doesn’t rise high enough to actually hit your lungs, it squeezes your diaphragm, making it harder for your lungs to take in oxygen. This can actually put you at rick for pneumonia or pulmonary edema.

Compressed ribs. There have actually been instances of women getting bruised ribs from wearing these contraptions for too long.

Reduced blood flow. In addition to making it more difficult to breathe, decreased oxygen flow leads to a reduction in blood flow, which puts more pressure on your cardiovascular system and can even cause blood clots.

Experts say it doesn’t really work. The worst part is, experts say that no matter how long you wear a waist trainer, you won’t lose any real fat around your waist. Your waist looks smaller when you wear it, but there will be no actual permanent results.

For a system that really works and provides long lasting results, click through to learn more about our No Lipo Lipo body sculpting technique.