Use your fingers to gently smooth away from the
nipple. These movements travel form the
nipple and directly away using no more pressure
than what you would apply to your eyelid.
Any more pressure would flatten the lymphatic
vessel and stop the flow of toxins and
fluids. Also, make this stroke slow, not
fast, for it to be effective.
Step #2: Gently
massage the breast with kneading-like motion,
using lifting and pressuring movements.
Slowly and carefully use your hands to twist the
breast in a clockwise and counter-clockwise
direction, being careful not to put too much
pressure on the breast.
Use both hands as shown to apply several,
moderate-pressure compressions to move out
more pressure fluids.
Using 3-5 lb weights, lie on your back with
bent knees. With your arms outstretched to
each side, slowly bring your arms together.
Hold for one second, and then slowly lower your
arms again. Work your way up to three sets
of 10-12 reps every other day.
Using two 3-5 lb weights, sit on the edge of a
chair with your back straight and arms at your
sides. Slowly raise your arms to the side
to shoulder level. Hold this position for a
count of four, and then slowly return to starting
position. Work your way up to three sets of
5-7 reps every other day.
These are done by standing about 2 ft. from a
wall, facing it. Place your hands at chest
level flat against the wall. Now lean
slowly toward the wall using your arm and chest
muscles to control your motion until you have
your nose against the wall. Push back to
your original positon. Repeat this motion
15 times. To increase the effects of
this exercise, when you reach the point of lean
that stresses the chest muscles most (you'll feel
it), pause and hold for a count of 10 or 15, then
finish the motion.
Lie face down on the floor and raise up, as if
doing conventional push-ups, but keep your
forearms and elbows on the floor. Hold for
30 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Stand with your legs 2-3 ft. from a wall and your
palms on the wall. Slowly lower your chest
to the wall by bending your elbows and then
slowly push your body back to starting
position. Repeat 10-12 times.