I am very excited to share with you part 2 of my guide to getting rid of sagging chins.
The sagging Chin is the most common health problem affecting the body and can lead to chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancers.
There are many reasons why the chin can become sagging.
Many of the common factors in sagging are:• The sagging of the muscles and ligaments, the fat and connective tissue that connect the bones to the skin, the muscles that support and anchor the body, and the soft tissues, such as skin, hair, and nails.• Lack of sleep and excessive eating.• Constipation.• Increased sweating, increased heart rate, and decreased blood pressure.• Depression.• Loss of coordination and muscle tone.• Obesity.• Excessive sweating and excessive weight loss.• Inflammation.• Joint pain.• Low energy.• Heart failure.• Headaches.• Severe headaches.• Skin rashes.• Infection.
There are also a few things that can be done to prevent sagging, which is why I am sharing this guide with you in this part 2.
Here are a few tips that I have been using to get the sags under control:• If the chin is sagging excessively, remove it, but not before you take the time to get used to its sagging condition.• Do not exercise for longer than two hours a day.• Use a breathing mask or goggles.• Avoid food, drink, and smoking.• Drink water and eat well-balanced meals.• Don’t drink alcohol.• Reduce stress.• Take your time and be patient.
If you have sagging neck or shoulder, check out my article on how to fix sagging at the end of this post.