What your breast size and shape says about your personality as a woman

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Do you know bigger breast size could mean higher chances of breast cancer? At the same time mean higher IQ? Do you know if you have an Apple-Shaped breast, it means you’re a great adventurer? Unlock more in this article.


Many women wish they had a bigger size while others wish they had a smaller size. It’s a normal situation among younger ladies who are yet to accept their bodies.

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Yes, there is a theory of acceptance when it comes to our body shapes and sizes, this even extends to the concept of self-love.

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Two in every three persons wish something on their body is a little bit different from what it is. From height, to hair lenght, to hips size, and even to breast size.

Unfortunately, there is not really much we can do naturally. Of course there are breast enlargements, waist slimmers and all, but if we all could accept our bodies just the way they are, so much of these alterations won’t be necessary.

Frankly, both men and women are obsessed about breasts: men ogle at women’s “fun bags,” while women wish they have it a little bigger or smaller.

The average American bra size has swelled up from 34B to 34DD in just a 30-year time span due to better education on bra fit, breast augmentation, and obesity.

And a woman’s breast size can reveal more than just how big (or small) her breasts are — it can speak volumes when it comes to her personality and lifestyle.

From the following points, know what your breast size says about you:

What your breast size says about you

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Bigger breasts, higher chances of breast cancer

According to the research scientists, the women who have large bust may be more likely to develop breast cancer and the breast cancer is likely to be more aggressive.

Also, the denser a woman’s breasts, the greater her risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer.

The female sex hormone, estrogen, receptor gene plays a vital role in breast growth and in the majority of breast cancer cases.

From the studies, it has also been revealed that those whose body mass index is 25 or less and a bra size of D or larger had a significantly higher risk of breast cancer than those of the same weight with a cup size A or smaller, they found.

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Bigger breast, lower self esteem.

Regardless of the size of the breasts, there are many implications when it comes to women’s mental health. Women who have asymmetrical breasts, extra-large breasts, or relatively small breasts tend to suffer from self-esteem issues.

There is a physical and mental burden that comes with bigger breasts. The breast weight strain can be the leading cause of physical inactiveness and chronic pain in the neck, shoulders, and back.

All the women who have bigger breasts are often looked down by society as less intelligent and more promiscuous.

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Bigger breasts, higher IQ

Large-breasted women have higher intelligence than their less endowed counterparts. In the IQ Tests held, it was found that larger-breasted women scored an average of 10 points higher than other women.

Although it has never been determined why a link exist between breast size and intelligence, it is suspected that it has something to do with the sex hormones.

Smaller breasts, heavy coffee drinker

Women with smaller breasts are considered to be heavy coffee drinkers, consuming somewhere around 3 cups a day. Three cups a day is enough to start making breasts shrink.

The effects might increase with every additional cup of coffee consumed. From various studies, it has been concluded that there exists a clear link between drinking coffee and smaller breasts.

But this does not mean that the breasts will shrink to nothing overnight. They will simply get smaller, but they will not disappear.

It’s normal for the woman’s breast to undergo changes in size, texture and shape throughout their lifespan. These changes, mostly caused by hormonal fluctuations, speak more about health, mentality, and lifestyle.

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What your breast shape says about you

It may sound weird but the shape of your breasts really can say something about your personality.

Different parts of your body are known to indicate different things about your personality, behaviour and attitudes. For example, the size of your little finger can indicate whether you’re kind, honest or feisty and your blood type can also reveal some of your best and worst personality traits.

But did you know that the shape of your breasts may also be an indicator of what your personality is like? Here are some of the most common breast shapes and what they mean:

  1. Lemon-shaped (symmetrical and petite): This suggests you are free-spirited and aren’t afraid to stand out from the crowd.
  2. Apple-shaped (small, facing away and sloping downward): You’re a progressive adventurer with a great sense of humour.
  3. Pineapple-shaped (large with prominent nipples): You’re a really positive person with a sunny personality.
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