ALL ABOUT SEX
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This has been taken from my book entitled “Sex Problems: Causes, Cure and Prevention: Chapter 9: Pages:147-183: CLARIFICATIONS.
(Since the Chapter has numerous pages, it has to be posted in several Sections).
Q. 10. My breasts are too small, and I look like a boy. What can I do to enlarge them without any surgery? What makes some girls develop big-sized breasts?
Answer: The body size of a person, irrespective of the gender difference, depends upon the following FOUR factors:
1. The amount of high-density food one eats.
2. The quantity of water the person drinks.
3. The quantity of urine voided by a person.
4. The shape and regularity of defecation (i.e., toileting)
It is common knowledge that over-eating, especially the high-density foods that originate from animal sources (e.g., mutton, chicken, beef, pork, etc.) will invariably increase the body size and weight of a person.
When a person becomes obese due to over-eating alone, and not due to under-urination, she would develop a flabby body.
A woman of this kind would form big-sized breasts, but that will be flabby, loose and toneless.
Overall, such breasts will not be any attractive to persons of the opposite sex, and it will be especially so when such a woman crosses her 30th year or so.
If the above described person under-urinates (irrespective of the quantity of water she drinks), then she would develop into an abnormally big-sized person with tough muscles and a trim body.
A woman of this kind would also become much big-sized with a firm and trim body. Her breasts also would become huge and firm.
If the same person with the above two habits, also passes loose motion for most part of her growing-up period (i.e., chronic constipation, as defined in Ecological Healing System, often due to eating chocolates, peanuts, papaya fruit, powdered milk, etc.), her body frame, buttocks, thighs and breasts would become huge.
She would also have pimples on her face, shoulders and upper back.
If a woman eats very little food, and under-urinates (about twice or thrice daily), she would develop a thin body frame, but her breasts alone would be bigger, with mediocre firmness. She would also emit strong body odour.
With the above, if she has chronic constipation, the breasts would become further bigger in size.
Opposed to all the above, if a woman eats little food, and urinates well (about 8 to 10 times daily, after drinking about 2 L of water), she would develop a thin body, with small and soft breasts.
If a woman eating little food drinks abundant water (e.g., 3 L or more daily) and urinates excessively (e.g., about 14 times or so, daily), then, she would become a Skeletal person, with a flat-chest. She tends to have ‘inconspicuous’ breasts.
All the above variations are due to differing quantities of calcium accumulations within the body of the person concerned.
Based on the above understanding, if a girl with a flat chest wishes to develop bigger breasts, all she needs to do is to reduce the water consumption to lesser quantities (e.g., to about 4 glasses a day), and reduce urinations to about 4 times daily).
Soon, her breasts would begin to show signs of enlargement. If she does so during her teenage (between say, 10 and 18), the rate of growth would be rapid.
The most important point is that she should stop the ‘bad habits’ of reduced water consumption and under-urination after attaining a mediocre breast size.
If she does not stop, her entire body would become obese, and that will bring in many unwanted problems such as white discharges, breast lumps, cysts and fibroids, upset menstrual cycle, erratic menses, sterility, kidney stones, and the like. Some of these can ultimately lead to cancer formation as well.
If young girls, from the age of about 6 or so, get into the habit of (a) eating less food, (b) drinking less water, and (c) under-urinating, then, they will turn out to be slim and very tall with big breasts later. The following will occur in them:
* they will look thin-built,
* they will attain slightly delayed puberty, probably at the age of 13 or so (whereas,
* the Skeletal-looking girls who would attain maturity at 11 or so),
* their subsequent menstrual cycles will be slightly delayed and erratic,
* they will be emitting strong body odour all the time
* their breasts will become well-developed.
One should understand properly all the above details, and practice the appropriate method suitable to one’s own expectations.
Answer in brief: Under-urination and chronic constipation cause calcium accumulation, besides consumption of megadoses of calcium-enriched foods and drinks.
These calcium excesses make the breasts in a growing girl big.
The size appears to be directly proportional to the quantity of calcium accumulated in soft tissues of the breasts.
Excessive water consumption and over-urination depletes even the minimal calcium required, and that results in the breasts becoming too small.
Pain in Breasts:
Q.11: Whenever we try to have sex, my wife complains of pain in her breasts. Why is that so? Can this be corrected?
Answer: According to Beers et al (2003), the breast pain, called mastalgia, could be related to some hormonal changes.
It may occur just before the menstruation, or while it has begun.
Such a pain could be considered as part of the pre-menstrual syndrome.
Such a pain can also occur in early pregnancy, among those who take oral contraceptives, or even in those who opt for hormone therapy after menopause.
Presence of lumps too may cause some amount of pain in the breasts.
As per my hypothesis, the following should offer an acceptable explanation:
When a Skeletal, Thin person, or even a Perfect person starves for want of food energy, he/she would develop intense pain at the calf muscles.
If such a person drinks (in addition to her normal food) a glass of water containing about 15 grams of glucose in it, the pain would vanish overnight.
This tends to show that cells, and thereby the tissues and muscles, develop intense pain when left to starve without the supply of readily available carbohydrate energy.
I often resort to taking about 15 grams of glucose (two to three teaspoons) in a glass of water along with my dinner on days when I get intense leg pains due to overwork or strain caused by over walking.
The next morning, the pain would disappear totally.
Thus, if a Skeletal, Thin, or even a Perfect category woman gets breast pain, it could be due to a ‘total’ starvation of the cells that make up the soft tissues in the breasts.
They tend to become very tender and ‘toneless’.
Glucose intake would set right the pain within in a few hours (usually, overnight).
Subsequently, the glucose intake must be continued for next three days*.
Within that period, the person must begin to consume more of the high-density food, as a regular practice and stop further intake of glucose.
(*One important thing to remember will be, if the woman happens to be a diabetic, she should not take any glucose at all. If she did, it can even prove to be fatal. Therefore, one should make sure that she is not at all diabetic.)
This particular kind of breast pain will not be restricted to menstrual periods alone. This could occur in a woman, at any age, and at any time.
If breast pain occurs in Obese women belonging to Types I, II, III or IV, then the causes could be different.
In these women, since there will be ample supply of the mineral calcium in their soft tissues all over their body including the breasts, they would not develop a pain of the above kind, and such a pain will be restricted only to the time of her menstrual periods (or while on hormone therapy or contraceptive pills), as pointed out by Beers, et al.
Let us evaluate the situation a little further.
Why should this pain occur only at restricted times, that too related to menstrual cycles, and the like?
Women in general begin to accumulate calcium in their soft tissues (which include their breasts), starting from day one after their menses has ceased for the month.
Along with time, they accumulate more and more of it, until the day of menses (say, on the 30th day), and all their soft tissues (including the facial muscles) become ‘filled’ and bulged.
At this, induced by changes in the hormone, the body begins to prepare for the rupture of the uterine wall for letting it discarded in the form of menstrual discharge.
During this process, all the stored calcium excesses are translocated from the breast tissues (as well as from the facial muscles, thighs, calf areas, etc.) to the uterus region for their removal.
The blood circulation tends to play a part in such removals. This occurs in a manner identical to that of the mineral ion transportation in plants*.
(* When a leaf becomes old, the growing region of the plant withdraws the nutrients from it, allowing it to turn yellow, purple, brown and the like (these are nutrient deficiency symptoms), and then to wither away from the tree as leaf litter.
In temperate regions, this process is repeated annually in order to restore the nutrients before allowing all the leaves to drop off so as to withstand the severe Winter conditions. That is why and how the ‘beautiful’ display of colours develops in trees during the Autumn season.
It may be of interest to know the following: When magnesium gets withdrawn, as a deficiency symptom, yellow colour would develop.
Likewise, purple colour in a leaf indicates lack or loss of phosphorous, and brown colour, potassium.
In plants, a rich supply of calcium makes a leaf surface look smooth, polished and glittering.
In women too, a day or two before menses occurs, it makes them look polished and attractive, and the ‘glitter’ vanishes immediately after the menses is over.
Well-informed farmers often use the development of such colours in their crops for diagnosing the nutrient deficiency symptoms, and supply the needed fertilizers accordingly, to save their crops from death as well as for improved yields.
Thus, transport of ions from one part of the body to another should be considered a normal phenomenon among plants and animals.
In the case of obese women, the calcium ion movement occurs not for conservation, but for its removal.)
The withdrawal of calcium leaves the breasts tender, and the pain sets in.
As days pass by, after the menses is over, a fresh start of calcium build up occurs, thus fading away the pain that was there until the initiation of such a re-filling process.
Based on this, one should not contemplate of taking calcium tablets or supplements for overcoming the breast pain.
Instead, such an obese woman should start drinking 2 L of water daily, urinate liberally, and get her excessive calcium removed.
On days when pain occurs, she could probably take a glucose drink once or twice a day for next one or two days, or as per requirement. This should form the right approach for the problem.
When a woman starts taking contraceptive pills, it may acidify the breast tissues, thus neutralising the calcium build up there, resulting in the occurrence of pain.
Likewise, the synthetic hormone input during a therapy may also cause withdrawal of calcium in a manner identical to that of the pre-menstrual stage, causing identical pain at the breast tissues.
Again, the extent to which the above are true will have to be ascertained only after some serious research properly designed to evaluate these hypotheses I have put up. Until then, I will have no objection to any one who may want to consider all these as some kind of scientific fiction!
Answer in brief: If the pain in breasts is not due to ‘man-handling’, it could be due to lack of food energy.
Another added cause could be excessive depletion of even the minimal calcium from the soft tissues through excessive water consumption and urinations.
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