10 best exercises to reduce double chin
10 best exercises to reduce double chin Thankfully that you can get rid of a double chin without surgery, just by introducing a few exercises in your daily routine. Actually, you can do these exercises while working on the computer.
Over time skin loses its elasticity and collagen, making it saggy around the neck and chin. But this can be solved if you tone your neck muscles…and this can be done with the following exercises.
Even if I believe that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, I’ll personally give these exercises a try, because is painless and can be done anywhere. Why not have only one chin!
What is a Double Chin?
Also known as submental fat, a double chin is an extra layer of fat that develops beneath the chin and neck. It’s often associated with age and weight gain, but not everyone with a double chin is overweight. If your skin loses its elasticity, it can’t hold the fat around your chin firmly, which can happen when you age and start to lose muscle.
What Causes a Double Chin?
Genetics can play a key role in your double chin. If you have a family history of double chins or chins that have little elasticity, it could make you more likely to develop one.
As your body ages, your skin can start to lose elasticity. This can lead to saggy skin, which can result in a double chin.
3. Diet and Weight
Weight gain doesn’t always lead to a double chin, but it can contribute to one. If you have a diet with high calories, processed foods and unhealthy fats, it could lead to a double chin.
Double chin is unsightly and affects both women and men. Most of the time it is due to the fat deposits accumulated below the chin. Surprisingly, the predisposition to the double chin is inherited or acquired as a result of habits such as sleeping on high pillows or reading while lying down.
Here’s an exercise that will help you lose your double chin and will tone your jawline:
1. Lift your head slightly and push your chin forward. Stay in this position for ten seconds.
2. Lower your head slightly and return to starting position. Repeat the motion 20 times.
3. Move the chin to your chest to relax the muscles.
4. Repeat the first move by lifting the head and pushing the chin forward for ten seconds.
5. Repeat the moves mentioned in paragraph no.2, then relax the muscles.
Repeat this exercise daily and you will notice the first results in about two weeks. Watch the video below for detailed info: