How To Get Rid of Man Boobs

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Man Boobs or the medical term Gynecomastia is the term used for a man with breast tissue which has been excessively enlarged. The term should not be confused with well defined pectoral muscles which can be achieved through body building. Man boobs are not firm nor defined, soft and often droopy and they highly resemble in the appearance women’s breast. This affects a man self-confidence, his self-esteem, often makes him stop wearing a certain type of clothes, makes him also not take part in certain activities he once used to and can even lead to almost no intimate relationship as it makes him stop wanting to get near to a woman. A lot of people would find man boobs a quite entertaining fact, although for a Gynecomastia sufferer nothing could be further from the truth. From going on a strict diet to excercises, or any type of activities, a lot of man have tried all sorts of things to get rid of these man boobs, but sadly, being caused by overweight, when it comes to Gynecomastia none of the above things work. Until today, the source, the root cause of Man Boobs or Gynecomastia it’s still unknown. However, surgical procedure can be avoided since there is a way of treating it without having to go through all that torment.

Gynexin includes 6 highly effective herbal ingredients such as: Caffeine, Green Tea Extract, Theobromine Cacao, Chromium, Guggulsterones and Sclareolides, very well known for their beneficial properties. It is a male reduction formula which is safe and clinically proven. Alltogether, they work efficiently and also quickly to reduce the fatty tissues in volume, as well as in quantity, found in the mammary glands and they will soon give you back your wished for old manly looking chest. Taking Gynexin is extremely simple, nothing complicated about it. When you get up in the morning, preferably before breakfast, take one capsule, then, before dinner take another capsule. Although it may take two or three weeks to see the result, don’t loose your faith! First of all, what you will notice is that midsection fat starts to firm up as well as your torso until, eventually, your whole chest area will become toned and firmed a lot more and in the end the man boobs will be gone for good. Although the whole process may take up to 6 months, it is thought that within just 6 weeks you will start to see a vast improvement in your confidence, not to mention your appearance. These parts of you, you thought lost forever will, once again, be restored and you will start to get back you masculine feeling once again.

People are so please with the results, that many of them, in order to mantain the results, they just choose to continue using Gynexin, although the results from Gynexin are forever, permanent. If you want to continue taking Gynexin, it is safe as long as you will not exceed a maximum of 4 capsules a day. If you are taking Gynexin purely for maintaining yourself, it is highly reccomended to reduce your dose. If you have one side with more enlarged breast tissue than the other one, don’t forget that every individual is different so that’s why this may take a little bit longer to be reduced. But don’t worry! You will obtain a perfectly and even as well as uniform result with Gynexin, when you will have completed the full course.

You can kiss you man boobs goodbye as Gynexin is an inexpesive, brilliand and also a safe alternative to risky Gynecomastia surgery; if provided you take Gynexin as you should, your man boobs will be history. So Try Gynexin Today!

Gynecomastia (man boobs) Video testimonial

Filed under: Gynecomastia,Man Boobs - 13 Jan 2015  | Spread the word !

Here is a brave individual on youtube with a testimonial on his Gynecomastia (man boobs).

Man Boobs Has Psychological Impact on Teen Boys

Filed under: Man Boobs,Real Stories - 30 Apr 2013  | Spread the word !

A recent study published in the April issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons – revealed that persistent breast enlargement negatively affects self-esteem and other areas of mental and emotional health in teenage boys.


The study was conducted by American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) member Dr. Brian I. Labow and his colleagues of Boston Children’s Hospital and showed that even mild man boobs can have adverse effects in adolescents on the psychological level.

The researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston examined the physical and psychosocial impact of man boobs and the severity of this condition using data from surveys administered to 47 teenagers with man boobs – gynecomastia – and 92 male adolescent controls, aged 12-21.

Their findings suggested that patients with gynecomastia had a higher body mass index (BMI) than controls. Regardless of BMI category, patients with man boobs had lower scores in three Short-Form 36 domains (general health, social functioning, and mental health) and Rosenberg Self-Esteem scores as compared with controls.

There was no difference between patients and controls in the Eating Attitudes Test-36 scores. The severity of man boobs had no impact on survey scores, independent of body mass index category.

Man boobs was associated with lower self-esteem. This, along with impairment in emotional areas of quality of life, appeared directly linked to gynecomastia, rather than being overweight.

Our results indicate that careful and regular evaluation for gynecomastia may benefit adolescents regardless of body mass index status or severity of gynecomastia”, wrote the authors. “Additional prospective studies examining treatment outcomes in this population are needed”, they suggested.


The negative psychological effects of man boobs were similar for teens at different levels of severity. “Merely having gynecomastia was sufficient to cause significant deficits in general health, social functioning, mental health, self-esteem, and eating behaviors and attitudes compared with controls”, wrote the researchers.

Man boobs is benign enlargement of the male glandular tissue and is very common in teenage boys. Although this condition usually resolves over time, the problem persists in about 8% of boys. Typically, those with gynecomastia who are overweight or obese may simply be advised to lose weight.

However, losing weight won’t solve the problem in patients with true glandular enlargement, or in those with a large amount of excess skin in the pectoral area.

As a result, early intervention and treatment for gynecomastia may be necessary to improve the negative physical and emotional symptoms”, added the authors.

Basic Exercises to Get Rid of Man Boobs

Filed under: Man Boobs,Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 22 Mar 2013  | Spread the word !

Man boobs, also referred to as “moobs”, represent that excess fat stored in the chest of some men. This condition, called gynecomastia, is sometimes caused by a hormonal imbalance. However, most of the times, man boobs occur simply because that’s where the body happens to store fat. This is why men suffering from this condition need to eat healthier and exercise more. That’s the only way to start losing man boobs.

The types of exercises you perform are also very important. It is best to do strength training exercises for the chest muscles to help shape the pectorals into a firm and tight size that you can be proud of whenever you take your shirt off. Here are three basic exercises you can do to get rid of man boobs.

1. Standard pushups


  • Lie face down on the floor with hands palm down, fingers pointing straight ahead, aligned at the nipple line.
  • Place hands slightly wider than shoulder width; feet should be at the hip width with toes on the floor.
  • Extend the elbows and raise the body off the floor – this is the starting position.
  • Lower you entire body – legs, hips, trunk and head – 4-8 inches from the floor.
  • Return to the start position by extending at the elbows and pushing the body up.
  • Remember to keep the head and trunk stabilized in a neutral position by isometrically contracting the abdominal and back muscles.
  • Never fully lock out the elbows at the start position and avoid hyperextenstion of the lower back.

2. Band chest press on ball


  • Lie on your back on a Swiss Ball (Resisto-Ball), feet firmly on the floor, and keep your hips up and your core engaged with a fitness band (tubing) secured under the ball. You can also secure the band under your back if it is short.
  • With your arms extended above your chest slowly bring them down until your hands are at the chest level. Keep your elbows out a little bit from your body.
  • Once your hands reach chest level then press up and return to the starting position and repeat.

3. Alternating dumbbell bench press


  • Sit in an upright position on a flat bench with a DB in each hand; you may rest each DB on the corresponding thigh.
  • Lie onto your back and bring the DB’s to your shoulders. Press one DB up directly above the chest with palm facing forward – this is the starting position.
  • Lower the DB keeping your forearms perpendicular to the floor and your hands aligned at the mid to lower chest level and then press with the other arm.
  • Let your upper arms go slightly past parallel to the floor and press the DB’s up to the start position.
  • To end the exercise, place the DB’s on shoulders and return to the seated upright position.
  • Remember to keep both feet flat on the floor at all times and keep the lower back in a neutral position.
  • Hyperextension or arching of the back may cause injury. Never lock out elbows.

These are three basic exercises that anyone can do to lose man boobs. Remember that these exercises will show better results if you do them on a regular basis. They will not take much of your time, so try repeating them every day, or at least every other day.

Man Boobs May Be Caused By a Chemical

Filed under: Causes - 15 Feb 2013  | Spread the word !

Man boobs, also known as gynecomastia, is a condition that more and more male individuals are suffering from nowadays and is characterized by unusually large mammary glands. There are many factors that can lead to this condition, one of the most common ones being excessive estrogen actions.


Recently, it has been discovered that the cause behind man boobs may be a common chemical that is becoming quite difficult to escape: BPA. BPA is an acronym that stands for bisphenol-A, a chemical that is found in common items that people consume on a daily basis, such as canned foods and bottled water.

The journal Reproductive Toxicology published a study revealing that early exposure to this chemical could promote abnormal breast growth in both young and adult men. The study was conducted by researchers at the Center for Developmental and Regenerative Biology at Tufts University, who exposed male mice to very low doses of BPA. Their findings revealed that the mice went on to have enlarged mammary tissue in adulthood.

According to study author Laura Vandenberg, PhD, “this study provides additional evidence that the mammary gland is exceptionally sensitive to low doses of BPA when exposures occur during early development”. Vandenberg, a postdoctoral fellow of biology, also says that “what is different about this study is that it is the first to suggest that the male mammary gland could be affected by BPA exposures”.

In addition, the study shows clear evidence that environmental chemicals could be partially to blame for man boobs, a condition that not only causes physical discomfort, but can also lead to significant emotional distress.


It has been already shown that the BPA chemical plays a role in breast and prostate cancer. BPA has also been linked to heart and kidney damage, obesity, type 2 diabetes, as well as to behavioral issues. This chemical is currently produced at high rates – about 6 billion tones per year, worldwide. Given that a minuscule amount of BPA could cause significant damage, these quantities are simply outrageous.

Not only is BPA heavily produced, but it is now commonly used in consumer products that are actually invading our environment. This is where its effects where first noted. Currently, BPA is detected in air, sand and water, where it acts as a synthetic estrogen. Even the tiniest amount of it could alter the body’s ability to regulate natural bodily functions.

Even though there is plenty of evidence suggesting that BPA can cause problems in men, women and children alike, this issue is not expected to disappear anytime soon. More and more studies revealing low-dose problems with exposure to this chemical in laboratory animals keep on arising, as well as studies regarding BPA’s impacts on the metabolic and immune systems, reproduction, and brain development.


Fortunately, several states have already started to take measures to remove BPA from baby bottles, sippy cups, or the lining of baby formula cans. However, researchers believe that this is only a small step in solving the problem. This is because the most damaging exposure happens prenatally, which means that if a pregnant woman ingests the chemical, it could cause damage in her baby that may not show up for years.

If you want to protect your family from exposure to BPA chemicals and replacements, there are some things you could do. You could start by avoiding to eat and drink from plastic containers. If you must use these, make sure never to heat the plastic in the dishwasher or microwave, since this will only accelerate chemical leaching. Also, you should get rid of receipts you don’t need or use, since BPA – or potentially harmful BPA replacements – are used to coat the paper, therefore they can seep into your skin. Another way of reducing your exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals is choosing fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, as well as other foods that are not canned.

Causes and Treatment

Filed under: Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 29 Jan 2013  | Spread the word !

Approximately half of all men suffer from enlarged breasts or gynecomastia, which is localized fat and/or excess glandular tissue in one or both breasts. Severe forms of gynecomastia are treated surgically with or without liposuction.

Such a disorder can cause embarrassment and a decreased self-esteem. The condition is found mainly in teen boys, up to 65 percent of 14-year-old boys have enlarged breasts, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians.


The condition is generally caused by hormone fluctuations that occur during puberty. The excessive fat disappears without treatment in about two years in 75 percent of the boys, and within three years in 90 percent of them.

Nonetheless, in most cases, the cause of this condition is unknown. Medications can also cause enlarged breasts such as:

  • Ulcer medications
  • Cancer treatments
  • Heart medications
  • Anabolic steroids and androgens
  • Alcohol
  • Amphetamine
  • AIDS medications
  • Anti-anxiety medications
  • Tricyclic antidepressants
  • Antibiotics
  • Anti-androgens used to treat prostate enlargement or cancer and some other conditions
  • Marijuana
  • Heroin

  • Source

    There are also a few diseases that can cause enlarged breasts as well such as:

    • Kidney failure
    • Liver failure and cirrhosis
    • Malnutrition
    • Any conditions that interfere with normal testosterone production
    • Some tumors, such as those involving the testes, adrenal glands or pituitary gland
    • Hyperthyroidism (the thyroid gland produces too much thyroid hormone)

    • Source

      Nevertheless, in many cases, fat on the chests of men and teen boys is not gynecomastia, but pseudogynecomastia, a condition that may be solved with exercise or diet. But true gynecomastia will not improve with exercise and diet.


      Men are candidates for gynecomastia treatment if they are healthy, of relatively normal weight and have their breasts too large. Moreover, the breast development must be stabilized and patients must have realistic expectations about the results of the procedure. Male breast reduction can be discouraged if patients are overweight, obese and have not managed to lose weight. Generally, the best candidates for surgery have elastic, firm skin that will reshape to their body’s new contours.


      Teens can also benefit from surgery in case gynecomastia hasn’t disappeared for two years or if the problems are severe. If problems continue, secondary procedures may also be needed.

What Men Should Expect During A Medical Consultation

Filed under: Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 22 Jan 2013  | Spread the word !

Humiliation, decreased self-confidence and insecurity are the emotions experienced by men with enlarged breasts or gynecomastia. We all know that men don’t like to go to the doctor, especially when they feel shame. Additionally, many of them don’t even admit that they actually have a problem. Thus, they deny it and postpone the time when they’ll consult a doctor.


Perhaps if men would know what to expect during a medical consultation, they wouldn’t be so frightened. Those suffering from gynecomastia have to be ready to discuss about several things such as:

  • if they want the surgery, why and which are their expectations
  • drug allergies, medical treatments, medical conditions
  • use of vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, current medications, tobacco and drugs such as steroids
  • previous surgeries


The surgeon, in case a patient plans to undergo a surgical procedure to get rid of gynecomastia will:

    • take photos for the medical record
    • evaluate health status or pre-existing health conditions
    • evaluate risk factors
    • perform tests to determine the underlying cause of enlarged breasts, including endocrine function
    • discuss the use of anaesthesia during breast reduction
    • discuss the outcomes of gynecomastia surgical correction
    • discuss the risks and potential complications
    • talk about options and recommend a course of treatment


The doctor will also measure the extent of excess fat and glandular tissue in your chest area. Once the procedure is scheduled, the surgeon will give you a list of preoperative instructions, such as lab testing and a cardiac workup.

A few herbal remedies can increase bleeding risk such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, green tea and also ginkgo biloba during and even after surgery. Therefore, even these remedies seem harmless, tell your surgeon what you’re taking to prevent problems.


Many doctors recommend patients to quit smoking for one month before and the month after surgery. He will also discuss with patients about recovery to make sure they will know what to expect.

On Recovery After Gynecomastia Surgery

Filed under: Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 16 Jan 2013  | Spread the word !

The number of men undergoing breast reduction surgery is continuing to rise. Nonetheless, the question is if men will be happy with the surgery results. Usually, the answer is “Yes, absolutely.”


There are many men who talked about their surgery, recovery and also results. There are also testimonial pages with before and after photos. The number of surgeries has increased lately as the procedure is less risky and recovery is pretty fast.

Many men already have an idea of how their bodies should like after such a procedure, but they must discuss with their surgeon about expectations. This will help a patient understand better how his body looked before and help him understand what are his goals for post-surgery body.


Additionally, a patient should also discuss about the way this disorder has affected him mentally. This will also help him understand a patient’s complete set of expectations.

What Patients Can Expect After Surgery

Some patients are faced with swelling post-surgery. There are also many others who check themselves many times throughout the day and adjust their shirts almost all the time to see how they look.


As things go fine after surgery, they become more self-confident and are also pleased with the way they look. Men have a normal and sexy appearance again. Additionally, once the excess fatty issue and/or excessive glandular tissue have been removed, a patient’s pecks will have a normal shape and contour again.

Those men who are bodybuilders will see more of their muscle tissue underneath the skin and areola. Moreover, men who have gave up to workout because of gynecomastia, have now the opportunity to do that again and improve their look radically.


Nonetheless, patients have to know that surgery won’t give them the body they had when they were 18, but still, results will be great. Thus, embarrassment and stress are gone and they’re replaced by well-being and a sense of great freedom.


Filed under: Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 09 Jan 2013  | Spread the word !

Men also think about their bodies and want to look as good as possible, being just as self-conscious as women with their bodies. Enlarged men boobs is also known as gynecomastia and is one of the most common things that affects as a man sees himself. Men that suffer from gynecomastia can also have debilitating problems of self-consciousness and also shame.


Usually, the chest or breast area enlarges with weight gain, due to lifestyle changes. Nonetheless, for many men, an increased number of men, their chest size can also be affected by the amount of breast tissue and fat. Unfortunately, the cause of such a disorder remains unknown, but it has been attributed to hormone imbalance and the tissue. The good thing is that in most cases the fat and breast tissue are located outside the muscle wall and can be removed simply and fast by liposuction. Nevertheless, in rare cases, a small incision is required to remove breast tissue.



Men want to have a well-defined chest with a muscle structure and to obtain this effect is by liposuction, performed under sedation. Related to recovery process, after the procedure, two compression garments are fitted. One of them is firm and has to be worn full time, while the other one is binder, has to be worn either day or night, for another two weeks.

There can be pain or discomfort after the procedure, but they are similar to the muscle aches and the stiffness when doing a workout at the gym. All the patients have to stay back for 24 hours. During the first 24 or 48 hours following liposuction, the residual tumescence fluid leaks from the small holes and then the skin closes over.


The marks will soon fade and sometimes, patients can feel numb for a short time in the area. To sum up, liposuction is a relatively safe procedure. As with any medical procedure there are also some risks and they must be taken into consideration. Very rare, infection is possible. Another risk is seroma, a fluid which remains in the skin tissue that becomes infected. Rarely, the fluid has to be drained from the affected area. Results can be observed as soon as one or two weeks after this medical procedure when the swelling and bruising fade.

Ways To Prevent Man Boobs

Filed under: Man Boobs - 20 Dec 2012  | Spread the word !

Man boobs can be quite embarrassing and this is actually the main reason why men who develop them want to eliminate the excess tissue as soon as possible. Man boobs can be caused by the development of gynecomastia, which actually is a medical condition which cannot easily be prevented. Gynecomastia causes fat to develop on the chest area in men.

However, there are many situations in which man boobs are developed due to an improper diet and the lack of physical exercises, too. In such cases, man boobs growth can be prevented, naturally, through exercise and the right eating habits.


Below you will find a list of tips to keep under consideration if you plan on preventing man boobs. They are quite simple to follow.

1. Avoid medications. One of the main aspects you have to consider is avoiding certain medications. Excessive consumption of alcoholic drinks, overeating, but also marijuana and amphetamines use will increase the risk of developing man boobs. It is a well known fact that marijuana consumption promotes excessive eating and fat storage. This naturally causes man boobs to develop. Overeating always determines fat storage on the body, being one of the main causes of man boobs, as well.

2. Work out as often as possible. Working out your chest is the best idea possible. You should work out chest muscles by lifting weights that will tone the pectoral muscles and eliminate fatty tissue that may accumulate in the area.


3. Jog regularly. Jogging from once in a while is also a great idea to avoid fat storage on your body. You need to make sure that your calorie intake will not exceed the amount of calories your body consumes. Otherwise, you may develop serious weight problems.

4. Eat healthy foods. Eating healthy foods and enjoying a healthy lifestyle is the best option you have if you want to be certain that you will be able to avoid man boobs development. Avocados, nuts, black beans and olive oil are considered to be the best aliments to include into your diet, to maintain health and avoid extra weight.


5. Always monitor your weight. Monitoring weight gain and loss will help you find out if you are holding the proper diet. Exercise more in case you gain weight instead of losing it.

Preventing man boobs through diet and exercise is simple. You only need to be committed to respecting the main rules to a healthy diet and there is absolutely no way you will not succeed.

Study: More Men Undergo Breast Reduction Surgery

Filed under: Treating And Losing Man Boobs - 19 Dec 2012  | Spread the word !

It surely looks like in the past few months the number of men diagnosed with gynecomastia has much increased. Well, now a new study indicates that more and more men are seeking breast reduction surgery with the main purpose to treat gynecomastia.

Gynecomastia, also known as man boobs, is quite a commonly diagnosed condition nowadays, all over the world. The United Kingdom makes no exception from this point of view. Statistics from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons show that about 790 men in the UK underwent a gynecomastia surgery last year. This actually is a spectacular number, if compared with the year before when only half of this number underwent the medical intervention.


In fact, in 2011, gynecomastia surgery has been a more popular procedure among men than liposuction or facelift. And there is no wonder in that, having under consideration the increase of gynecomastia diagnosed cases. Gynecomastia is quite a complex condition that may be caused by obesity, as well as by hormone-altering medications and hormone imbalances.


Gynecomastia is caused by a decrease in the amount of the hormone testosterone compared with estrogen. Why this happens is a complex question. This decrease may be caused by conditions that block the effects of or reduce testosterone. They may include:

  • Natural hormone changes;
  • Medications;
  • Drugs;
  • Alcohol;
  • Health conditions;
  • Herbal products.



Surgery is considered to be the best treatment that can be administrated to patients suffering from gynecomastia. Through surgery the masses of fat or the excess breast tissue can easily be removed. However, it is important to know that even though surgery is the most recommended type of treatment for gynecomastia, this is not the only therapy specialists can prescribe their patients.

In case you have been diagnosed with gynecomastia you should talk with your doctor to decide which would be the best treatment in your case. Respect all recommendations and you will be able to overcome this disease easier. Make sure to keep in mind that gynecomastia is a disease that can easily be overcome through surgery.

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