Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Super Easy, Wallet-Friendly Ways For Women To Feel Beautiful And Sexy

by Hugh Larson

More than ever before, women today are forced to juggle their families with their careers. And at the end of the day, they need to know that they are still attractive to their partners and spouses. While options for cosmetic procedures, done by doctors like David K. Funt, MD, are limitless, surgery may not be an option for you due to budgetary constraints. Therefore, here are some wallet-friendly tips to make any woman feel more beautiful and sexy.

Beautiful Breasts

It really doesn't matter what your partner says. You want fuller, perkier breasts because that's what you associate with a natural sex appeal. Here's how to bring sexy back without breaking the bank.

Lifting the breasts is the start to feeling better about your chest, and the secret lies in strengthening the pectorals and ligaments as well as tightening the skin. Jen Comas Keck, a certified personal trainer, recommends exercising twice weekly with light dumbbells to start. Simple bench presses and pushups consistently can also give impressive results.

To tighten and firm the skin around your breasts, rub in a moisturizer that contains Vitamin E and alpha hydroxy acid. Together, these help strengthen the collagen fibers and exfoliate dead skin cells for smoother, tighter skin.

Breast enlargement can be achieved easily and affordably for the patient woman. And while you can't expect to go from an A-cup to a C-cup, many women are discussing how proper breast massage can make them bigger and more toned. Massaging helps enhance the breasts by improving circulation and stimulating the production of prolactin, a hormone responsible for increasing the amount of mammary tissue. To reap the benefits, massage in a circular motion, pushing your breasts towards the center of your chest, doing 100-300 repetitions twice a day. 

Youthful, Radiant Skin

You don't have to be in your twenties to feel sexy. But looking younger with a more radiant glow can certainly make you feel more confident and more attractive.

Exercising is critical. While a facelift may be out of the question, there are a number of things you can do to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, and believe it or not, it all starts at the gym. If you haven't needed to exercise for weight loss, you should at least consider it for healthy skin and here's why:

  • Exercise promotes collagen production which helps retain the skin's elasticity.
  • Exercise can prevent the production of free radicals (free radicals are responsible for damaging the skin and making you look older).
  • When you engage in anaerobic exercise, your body produces Human Growth Hormone (HGH). HGH is otherwise known as the "fountain of youth" and helps reverse the signs of aging.

According to Dr. Ron Kennedy, in order to get the HGH benefits from exercise, you need to push yourself to the "painful" point. This means sustained exercise for fifteen to thirty minutes. If there are any doubts about your ability to start an intense exercise routine, talk with your physician first.

Topical creams that contain retinoid can make your skin look younger by erasing fine lines and wrinkles, unclogging pores, and encouraging cell regeneration which helps smooth the skin. Most drugstores sell creams over-the-counter that contain a retinoid, and users can see results in around 3-6 months. To get a more youthful appearance faster than that, speak with your dermatologist about prescribing a more concentrated dosage.

Antioxidants can make your skin look younger, and you can get plenty without any real expense. These natural anti-aging foods fight free radicals and help combat wrinkles, making you feel confident and sexy:

Acai, blueberries, green tea, blackberries, prunes, cranberries, spinach, green and red bell peppers, dark chocolate, red wine, pomegranate, and cinnamon.

Antioxidants may also eliminate the appearance of stretch marks and help you get rid of cellulite, a woman's worst enemy. 


About Me

Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

I have worked in a supportive role in the medical industry for over 20 years, and I have been amazed at the advances in medicine that have been made. While it is always great to hear about a new medication that helps cure a disease or a new surgical procedure that can help someone live a normal life again after an injury, I have been especially amazed at the research that has shown just how much our physical and mental health are connected. Since I keep on top of all of the amazing medical studies being performed and I know others are too busy to hunt them down themselves, I decided to start a blog to share my favorite health tips for keeping both your mind and body healthy.