SIDERmax & the Anatomy of a Female Breast
The anatomy of the chest determines the direction of massage: from bottom to top at the sides, from the center outward in the direction of the bloodstream and the lymphatics.
The breast of the woman consists primarily of glandular tissue, skin & connective tissue and fat tissue. The big chest muscle bears the breasts. The glandular tissue forms it entirety, the mammary gland, which is the largest gland in the body skin. It develops during puberty under the influence of estrogen and progesterone. It is only really active during pregnancy and thereafter.
Strands and shawls of cellular connective tissue hold the breast in place. It's attached to the pectoral muscle below it. The size of the breast is determined largely by the mammary gland and adipose tissue.
Young women breast is kept in shape by the connective tissue. With increasing age, the tissue loses its elasticity and the breast tend to flap.
The method SIDERmax takes care of the female breast types of tissue. It improves supply with nutrients, supports disposal of waste products of the cellular systems (the secretions of cells).
Cross-section of the female breast
a) Connective tissue – is bearing the bosom like a natural bra;
b) Big breast muscle – bosom is located on it’s top; it can be
c) Glandular tissue – when pregnant, mother’s milk will be
d) Bands of connective tissue – they pass through the breast,
e) Fat tissue – with additional nourishment it expands between
The different kind of fibres are perfectly well serviced,