Once you have bought your very first waist trainer, you might be tempted to constantly wear it, especially when you have witnessed the celebrities get the desirable outcomes after using it.
Today, consistently wearing a corset is one of the most popular ways to achieve an hourglass body shape. There has been heated debate over whether it is possible to sleep in a waist trainer or not.
Regardless of the answer, it is necessary to know the following things to make a wise decision relating to sleeping with a waist trainer on.
1. Faster results
Since waist training demands consistency and wearing the corset for long solid hours, wearing it during your sleep can help you see the desirable outcomes faster.
Let’s do a simple calculation! If you wear a corset in your sleep and sleep 8 hours per day, this means that you have done 56-hour waist training per week. A major difference, right? This is ideal for people who are on the go the whole day and do not have the chance to wear it. When you have got a desirable body figure, sleeping with a corset on can help you maintain the results.
Since the corset restricts your waist quite hard, it is very difficult to neglect this constriction. As a consequence, you will have difficulty getting to sleep.
But do not worry. You can solve this problem by getting a waist trainer made by good material and flexibility. By this way, you can still feel comfortable and get to sleep easily. Once you get familiar to sleeping with a corset on, you might not realize it.
3. Sweating too much
If you are overheated, you will not only find it difficult to get into sleep but also annoying because it intervene in your sleep cycle and make you wake up several times during the night. Waist trainers restrain the airflow around your waist; plus, if you use a blanket to cover your body, you will end up with an uncomfortable and sticky night with excessive sweating.
You can avoid overheating or excessive sweating by wearing some types of waist trainers with material which allows you to breathe easily and a design which allows maximal airflow.
4. Impact on your sleep position
If you tend to sleep on one side, wearing a waist trainer requires the muscles being kept engaged, which make you feel discomforting when sleeping. For people who prefer to lie prostrate when sleeping, the corset has a tendency to put some more pressure on the neck and the head since it does not let the spine to bend like when not wearing one. On the other hand, people who often lie supine when sleeping can use a thin pillow to have a more comfortable night.
Tips for sleeping with a corset on
It is your personal decision regarding whether to sleep with a waist trainer on or not. While for some people, it helps them do the exercise that they find it hard to do during the day, for others, it is such a nightmare due to the discomfort and overheating. It is worth trying sleeping with one corset before making the final decision. You should also consult your doctor about the advantages and disadvantages of sleepingin one trainer to make a wise decision.