Waist trainers are best worn during the early morning hours. This is because wearing a waist trainer may help you get a better night’s sleep and wake up feeling more refreshed. If you wear it too late at night, your body will still be working to digest food when you sleep.
What is a waist trainer?
A waist trainer is a garment that women wear to slim the midsection and give it an hourglass shape.
Waist trainers work best when worn during the early morning hours, so you wake up feeling more refreshed. If you wear your waist trainer too late at night, your body will still be working hard to digest food while sleeping. They are not only about aesthetics; they also help improve posture and protect against back pain caused by improper sitting habits or poor spinal alignment.
The important thing with wearing one is getting the right size for your natural waist circumference plus two inches on each side – this allows enough room for expansion without putting any pressure on stomach muscles which can cause them to weaken over time.
How to wear and care for your waist trainer
Wearing a waist trainer properly:
- Wear the waist trainer when you’re sitting down.
- Put on a pair of tight-fitting or compression shorts over your waist trainer to avoid any exposure issues.
- Don’t wear it too tightly, just enough so that you feel comfortable and can breathe easily while still feeling like it’s working for you
Caring for your waist trainer:
Hand wash with lukewarm water using mild soap (avoid vigorous scrubbing) and air dry in an inclined position to help maintain its shape. Never put them in the washer and always hang up after washing. This will also allow proper evaporation which is a key factor in how long they last!
Benefits of wearing a waist trainer:
Using a waist trainer can help you get on track with your weight loss goals and provide an extra boost to the slimming process. Reduce waist size by up to three inches in just a few weeks, improve posture, can give confidence for those who want it, feel more comfortable (especially if trying to wear clothes that are tight), clears digestive system of waste, increases liver function, decreases constipation
Who should not use a waist trainer
You shouldn’t wear a waist trainer if you’re pregnant, you have high blood pressure, or if a doctor tells you not to wear one. You can start wearing your waist trainer for up to 12 hours per day, gradually working your way up to 24 hours. You may only need time in the morning and evening on weekdays or weekends before starting full days of training! If possible, try sleeping with it overnight as well (after consulting with a medical professional).