Gynecomastia or what people often refer to as “man boobs” does not lead to cancer or any hazard to someone’s health. This can start to appear in young male teens as early as they’re twelve and sadly, is almost permanent.
This is quite common, but not everyone knows a lot about it. So here are some secrets they are keeping about this male breast enlargement.
1. Most men with this condition do not experience physical difficulties at all.
Chances are this may get a little distracting to some. Let’s say, to a girl who’s flat-chested and is still frustrated about it, seeing a guy with bigger breasts may be less flattering.
Doctors who have seen patients with gynecomastia infer that these men tend to suffer from a lower self-esteem than physical pain.
2. An outpatient male breast reduction surgery is okay.
While this surgery in the previous years was considered a big “no-no”, there is a wide range of medical institutions now performing it in their outpatient departments.
3. Spot training won’t work.
Let’s face it; there are men who need gynecomastia treatment who do not always like what they see or what they have on their chests. So, they tend to spot reduce.
However, this is highly impossible. Apparently, men with this condition must work their way to losing fat all throughout their bodies.
After knowing these three things, there’s one thing I’d leave as an advice: embrace what you have. If you have this condition, or knows someone who does, or even if you don’t, do your best to stay confident at all times.
If you have this and it bothers you, there are always workouts that you can try to lessen its appearance. You may also go get a surgery if you want. But at the end of the day, how you perceive yourself is what matters most.
Mind over matter. Mind over chest.
What to know the other 2 facts? Watch the video below!