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Why You Should Squeeze Your Woman’s Breast Regularly


A little squeezing and sucking of the breasts may be all that it takes, to prevent malignant breast cells from triggering cancer.

Research has shown that women who like to have their breasts squeezed will now possibly gain a health benefit from it according to researchers.

Putting mechanical force on malignant breast cells, can reverse their irregular growth process and put them back on track for a normal growth pattern. Tissue organization is sensitive to mechanical inputs from the environment, at the beginning stages of growth and development.

Breast tissue growth decreases and changes throughout the lifetime of a woman, in a structured pattern and eventually stop growing at some point. Breast cancer is often characterized by a break in the normal growth pattern, causing the breast cancer cells to grow irregularly.

Researchers have shown that it is possible to prevent these malignant cells from transforming into a tumor, by manipulating the cells’ surrounding the environment, through the use of biochemical inhibitors.

Ultimately, the surrounding healthy cells could persuade the cancerous cells to grow normally again.

On the other hand, there are sure and very medically approved ways aside this new discovery, to reduce or treat breast cancer.

These include, surgery, drugs, hormonal therapy, chemotherapy and radiation, depending on the size, stage, rate of growth and other characteristics of the tumor.

Breast cancer: is a type of cancer originating from breast tissue, most commonly from the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply the ducts with milk. Cancers originating from ducts are known as ductal carcinomas, while those originating from lobules are known as lobular carcinomas. Breast cancer occurs in humans and other mammals. While the overwhelming majority of human cases occur in women, male breast cancer can also occur.


  • Age-the chances of breast cancer increase as you get older
  • Women diagnosed with certain benign breast conditions have an increased risk of breast cancer, these include a typical hyperplasia, a condition in which there is abnormal proliferation of breast cells but no cancer has developed.
  • Breast tissue women with dense breast tissue have a higher risk of breast cancer.
  • Personal history having been diagnosed with breast cancer in one breast increases the risk of cancer in the other breast or the chance of an additional cancer in the original breast.
  • Family history-the risk of breast cancer is higher among women who have relatives with the disease. Having a close relative with the disease (sister, mother, or daughter) doubles a woman’s risk.
  • Women who started their menstrual cycle at a younger age (before 12) or went through menopause later (after 55) have a slightly increased risk.
  • Breastfeeding for 1 year or more over a woman’s lifetime has been shown to lower the risk of breast cancer. Breastfeeding for a shorter time period may slightly lower the risk.
  • Having no children or the first child after age 30 increases the risk of breast cancer.
  • Use of oral contraceptives in the last 10 years slightly increases the risk of breast cancer
  • Alcohol use increases the risk of breast cancer, and this seems to be proportional to the amount of alcohol used.