Can Girdles Help To Reduce Tummy Fats?

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YES! Girdles can help to reduce tummy fats!
Not all ordinary girdles can help you to reduce tummy fats but some weight loss or reshaping girdles, when worn at least a few hours a day, can help to reduce tummy fats by redistributing them to the right places on the body. In the long run, the body will take on the shape of the girdle, giving you a curvy hourglass figure.

Beside this, some studies have also found that wearing a girdle makes it difficult for the stomach to expand as it pushes against the tummy area. Hence, it reduces your appetite and prevents you from overeating. This in the long run, will make you take in fewer calories and indirectly bring about weight loss.

NO! Girdles do not reduce tummy fats!
On the other hand, some studies have shown that wearing a girdle does not reduce tummy fats. It can only temporarily redistribute one’s fats to the right places and make you look slimmer for the time being. However, it does not reduce tummy fats as it can’t shrink the fat cells at all. Those unsightly bumps and bulges on your body will emerge instantly once you take off the girdle.

Besides this, many ladies also believe that the longer they wear a girdle (even when they go to sleep), the slimmer they will be. However, wearing such a restricting garment for long may result in severe health issues due to the added pressure on the body. For instance, it may push the organs into an abnormal position or result in poor blood circulation, chest tightness, nausea, breathing difficulties and more.

Instead of helping to reduce tummy fats, wearing a girdle may make your body parts appear flabbier instead. This is because the girdle will cause the muscles on the tummy area to be totally reliant on it for support and gradually lose their strength and tone due to reduced use. Problems will arise when you stop wearing the girdle after an extended period of wearing it.

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