Regular sleeping in a waist trainer might help you to turn that dream into a reality!
A waist trainer is essentially a modern-day corset. It works by compressing progressively your silhouette into an attractive hourglass shape, making you curvy in all right places.
Can you sleep with a waist trainer corset?
First of all, waist training is a matter of persistence and regularity. The more time you spend stuffed into a shape-shifting undergarment, the shapelier you’ll become.
Theoretically, sleeping in your waist cincher would benefit your efforts for developing that perfect hourglass shape.
One of the challenges that comes with regular waist training is finding the time to stick to the commitment of 8–10 hours a day. Serious waist trainers know that one way have more hours wearing a corset is to wear it while you’re sleeping. This helps you to achieve the 8-10 period of wearing without any discomfort especially during summertime, when you wear some specific cuts or fabrics that do not really work with waist trainers.
However sleeping with a waist trainer corset demands some prerequisites that helps you to have the best nighttime waist training experience.
Some facts to consider before embarking in nighttime waist training
Invest in a ‘sleeping waist trainer’
This is a waist trainer that you either wore when you were a few pounds heavier or one that you purchase to fit a bit more loosely for bedtime training. This way, you are still applying a bit of pressure to your waist but in a slightly less intense way. You are able to train throughout the night without as much gasping for breath or smashing of your organs while you sleep.
Different Sleepers, Different Experiences.
The way you sleep, your bedding, are you a heavy sleeper or do you wake up at the slightest noise or disturbance? Do you have a firm mattress or soft mattress? Do you have a fluffy pillow, flat pillow or now pillow?
All of these questions can affect your sleeping in a corset experience. You may not know what your particular challenges might be until you try it, but here are how these different factors can affect nighttime waist training.
•The type of mattress
The hardness of the mattress can greatly affect the way you sleep. You should keep in mind that the waist trainer forcefully make your torso stiff and straight. Thus, you may need to adjust the amount of cushioning you have accordingly so that you are more comfortable. Otherwise, considering the various sleeping position, the nighttime waist training experience might differs from a person to one another.
If you normally sleep on your back, when wearing a waist trainer, you may find that your pelvis and hips can sag down, particularly if your mattress isn’t very supportive or dips in the middle. The key to making your sleep experience more comfortable is to use small pillows or rolled up towels beneath the small of your back as well as under your knees, to distribute your body’s weight more evenly.
• Side sleepers
This sleeping position might very challenging while wearing your waist trainer. As it solicits your core muscles to balance your weight, due to the rigidity of your torso, or the discomfort of your hips, preventing you from getting enough sleep.
The solution again is to provide some cushion in order to relieve pressure caused by the rigid curves in your torso.
Sleeping with a waist trainer corset or a waist cincher could definitely help you to achieve the hourglass shape you desire. The key is to always listen to your body. Letting him breathe, and furthermore, do not hesitate to seek any medical attention to prevent any eventual damages.