Chest Wrinkles : Amazing Tips To Help Reduce And Prevent Them

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Chest Wrinkles : Amazing Tips To Help Reduce And Prevent Them

Aging is a beautiful thing.

Not only do you become a tougher and wiser human being, but you have most likely found and perfected the daily routines that fit your unique lifestyle.

Not all of our daily habits, however, benefit our health and bodies to the fullest. Let’s take a look at the way most people sleep.

Many of us love lying down on our sides, curling up in a fetal position, or even sleeping on our stomachs.

Research suggests that sleeping in all these positions may actually harm your body and skin to some degree, and cause, for example, deep wrinkles and fine lines to form quicker on your chest.

In an exclusive guide below, we introduce some interesting sleeping tips that will help train you to sleep on your back.

Sleeping on your back will help slow down, and even prevent, the formation of these wrinkles.

Scroll further to read about these amazing tips to help reduce and prevent chest wrinkles, and let us know your thoughts and advice in the comments below!

How Do You Get Chest Wrinkles?

How to prevent chest wrinkles while you sleep

Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

First off, it’s important to understand that wrinkles are a completely normal part of aging.

However, they can form and increase due to various other factors, including sleeping positions, weight loss, sun damage, facial expressions, and dehydration.

One of the most crucial things to remember, according to LIVESTRONG, is that you can slow down the formation of these wrinkles, and even prevent them, by developing good sleeping habits.

Sleeping on your side, for example, will cause creases to form on the sides of your chest, and in between your breasts, which will become more prominent as you age.

Below, we share some expert-advised tips to training yourself to sleep on your back, which may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles by day.

Tip #1: Place Pillows Under Your Arms

How to prevent chest wrinkles while you sleep

Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

If you’re usually a side- or stomach-sleeper, it can be difficult to transition at once to sleeping on your back.

Learning to position your pillows differently can help tremendously. Try placing two pillows on either side of your body, under your arms.

They’re there to support your arms and shoulder joints, and will stop you from rolling over in your sleep. Perhaps over the course of one week, you’ll get more comfortable with the new position, and won’t even need the training pillows anymore.

Tip #2: Line Yourself With Tall Objects

How to prevent chest wrinkles while you sleep

Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Another brilliant trick to keeping your body even and still throughout the night is to line either side of your body with slightly tall and hard objects.

LIVESTRONG suggests placing a partially full laundry basket by your side, to prevent you from rolling over. You can also try piles of thick clothes and coats as an alternative.

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