How Can I Reduce The Size Of My Fingers?
Despite enlarging two rings, I still feel that the rings are becoming tight again. Can I prevent my fingers from becoming bigger or more swollen? How Can I Reduce The Size Of My Fingers?
I know that when you lose weight, your fingers tend to follow along. After about three weeks of sensible weight loss you should notice the difference. If it isn't about adipose, then I would reduce the sodium in your diet, and also drink more water. Both will help flush out excess water weight in your body.
I started eating healthy and also enjoying a regular consumption of burdock root that reduces inflammation. In a short period of time, I was able to wear my wedding ring, which I couldn't wear since the pregnancy of my first child who is now 13.
Weight and water do make a difference. However, I heard that as we grow older three things continue to grow: nose, hands and feet. If you find yourself slowly (oh, so slowly) having to increase a half size shoe or expand a ring -- this may be a reason.
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