Breasts have been one of the most attention-seeking parts of a female body, and well, why not! They play an essential role in the growth process of an infant and a mother's health also depends on the health state of the mammary glands. Perfect boobs aren't a myth, and with that, there are much more pretty interesting facts about breasts that even girls don't know.
Here we have a list of 10 quite exciting facts about boobs that you really can't afford to miss!
According to a research, the average size was 34B 20 years ago, which has now increased to 34D. The major cause is the increase in pollutants that mimic estrogen.
Unlike what's believed, breasts generally differ in size in most of the human beings. To be precise, one breast is one fifth of a cup size bigger than the other one.
According to the Sex Roles Journal of Research, men and women both have a tendency to stare at the boobs of a new woman they encounter for a few seconds.
While running, breasts move in a figure-eight shape that can cause breasts to move up and down up to 8 inches. Fun fact: More than 50,000 searches for 'bouncing boobs' happen every month on Google.
Though the number of the women who can reach climax just by breast and nipple stimulation is just 1 in 100.
In fact, more than 3% of the world's total population has a third nipple on their body! They generally lie somewhere between the armpit and the groin.
Though breast lumps are the first symptom of breast cancer, 80 percent of these bumps are benign lumps caused by hormonal changes during periods. Though consulting a doctor would be the safest option if you ever notice a breast lump.
Constant smoking tobacco causes a protein called elastin to break down. This essential protein provides elasticity to the skin and the lack of it causes the breasts to sag.
It's a proven fact that breasts get bigger during periods, but they keep changing their size during the ovulation cycle as well. In fact, during the middle of the cycle, the boobs are more even in size.
According to a research conducted in California, breastfeeding lowers the chance of getting breast cancer by 5 percent and 28 percent lower risk of dying from it.