Before we get down to the causes of manboobs I will explain a bit more about this embarrassing condition.
What is Gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia is defined as abnormally large breasts on men. The word itself is derived from the Greek “Gyne” meaning woman and “Mastos” meaning breast. A hormone imbalance leads to a build up of fat and in some cases breast tissue around the chest. Symptoms include puffy nipples and more commonly, feminine looking breasts.
What Causes It?
The development of enlarged men’s breast is thought to be due to a hormone imbalance that upsets the ratio of testosterone and estrogen in the body. These two sex hormones are present in both men and women, but a poor diet, lack of exercise and certain illnesses or medications can upset this balance. By adjusting the levels of hormones produced by your body you can reduce or even eliminate those dreaded manboobs altogether. Download my free report for a full list of causes and medications thought to cause problems.
Types of Gynecomastia
Before deciding which treatment is right for you, you need to know which type of gynocomastia you have. The good news is that 95% of you will be able to lose your man boobs without the need for expensive, painful and potentially risky gynecomastia surgery. There are actually two different types of manboobs which are as follows.
- Pseudo-Gynecomastia is the most common form of man boobs and is caused by excess body fat. A combination of diet and exercise will transform your man breasts into a chiselled pair of pecs. If you really want to supercharge your efforts, you should look into the new gynecomastia pills like Gynemax.
- Gynecomastia is more difficult to treat and occurs when excess breast tissue develops along with chest fat. You can feel this tissue as a hard lump in your chest that may be tender to the touch. Again diet and exercise will help to reduce chest fat and you can improve the appearance of your man boobs by building more muscle, but the symptoms may not be eliminated entirely.
Don’t freak out at this point thinking you need surgery. Unless you have already been diagnosed by a doctor and tried all the other gynecomastia treatments available, there is a still good chance you can beat this without surgery. Or at least get to the point where you are comfortable with your body and actually look forward to the summer.