An aspiring actress reportedly passed out and fell while window shopping at a mall, according to reports. When officials first heard of a woman passing out, it was immediately thought that she may have been pregnant, had a heat stroke, or some of the usual suspects when diagnosing someone. But they soon realized it was none of those. The woman actually passed out from wearing too many waist trainers too tightly.
The woman, identified as Moesha Buodong, tried to be resuscitated first by a male shopper who was nearby. But he quickly came to the conclusion after his first press near her breast plate, that her chest area, all the way down to her stomach was as hard as a rock.
With the help of two women, Moesha was carried into a near by shop as they waited for an ambulance.
While waiting on the ambulance, the two women decided to check what was the cause of the strange body stiffness.
Shockingly, when Moesha’s striped maxi dress was taken off—she was seen wearing 4 waist trainers, one by one they were all taken off.
But boy, was she wrong.
When a woman like Moesha puts on a waist trainer, yes, their waist may shrink, but the diminished waist and tight corset reduce the volume of the torso. This is sometimes reduced even further by styles of corset that force the torso to taper towards the waist, which pushes the lower ribs inwards. As a consequence, internal organs are moved closer together and out of their original positions in a way similar to the way that a pregnant woman’s expanding uterus causes the organs to be displaced.
The liver is more than likely pressed upwards. As it continually renews itself, it adapts to fit its new position, and in a long-term a corset or waist trainer can develop ridges where it rests against the ribs. It is also possible that waist training exacerbates the tendency of some livers to develop accessory lobes, to the point where the accessory lobe becomes as large as the main portion of the liver. The point where the lobe and liver connect can be quite thin, resulting in a woman who wears her corset so tight that it can almost “cut” her liver in half.
That causes a number of bowel, skin and overall organ issues. You’ll begin to see it in your frequency of using the bathroom, gas, bowel movements and your ability to keep food down.
Overall, Moesha is lucky to have walked away now, but the more a person wears a waist trainer,……the worse it can be in the long run.
So what’s the solution?
You may not want to hear it, but the best thing a person can do is start eating right and exercising. It’s okay to wear smaller clothing underneath your closes to help reinforce the “full” feeling when you eat. But when you wear something so tight that you have to “suck it in” just to get in on, that’s a warning sign.
Eat foods that target belly fat, improve your posture by sitting up straight, also just do simple exercises like walking–all of those things can help with your shape and be better for you in the long run.