Double chin (also called chuck) is an accumulation of fatty tissue under the chin and is the kind of problem that can ruin your entire look. Double chin can affect both women and men, especially when they have reached maturity.
Double chin can be removed, and the first tip to get rid of this unaesthetic problem is to have patience, then you should give up alcohol. Another factor responsible for double chin is allergies, and you should see a doctor for that.
In addition to the advice that I have presented above, an effective way to reduce the double chin is to take a routine of exercises to tone your neck and remove the fat accumulated in this region.
The exercises below will be a wonderful alternative to surgery and may even help prevent the recurrence of double chin in the future.
1. Tilt your head to one side and, while maintaining this position, touch your mouth with your tongue. Do 10-15 repetitions, then tilt your head in the opposite direction and repeat the exercise again.
2. Stretch your back, relax your facial muscles and try to bend your neck until your chin touches your chest. Start with 10 repetitions and as you progress, try to gradually increase this number until you reach 50 repetitions.
3. To be able to do the last exercise of this program, you will have to sit on a chair with your back supported by its backrest. Tilt your head back so you can look at the ceiling. Holding this position, try to stretch your head forward, as if you want to kiss the ceiling. Do some repetitions and then relax.
To reduce the double chin, you will have to follow the program described above and have a little patience. It is possible that the desired results do not appear immediately, but with little consistency you will reach your goal. However, if your double chin is very prominent, it’s best to consult your doctor and explore other options – such as surgery.
As a tip: the below exercises are great for you neck, to strengthen the muscles. Repeating this daily or three times a day you won’t experience a neck pain for sure.
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