Popular Ghanaian Actress, Princess Shyngle, Who Is Obsessed With Waist Training, Develops Kidney Disease (See Photos)


If this is true, then I need to share it. 
The Ghanaian actress Princess Shyngle, who is “madly” obsessed with wearing super tight corsets in her quest to attain the tiniest waist size available – is now allegedly suffering from medical complications resulting from waist training.
The actress took to social media to announce to her fans that she is currently bedridden at a hospital because she has been diagnosed with kidney problem.
Doctors have warned #WaistTrainingGang members to desist from the unhealthy practice because the corset squeezes and pushes all your inner organs (intestines, lungs, kidney, liver, pancreas, etc) into your abdomen or up your chest. Meaning, the corset forces your upper organs to move upwards towards your chest, and the lower organs to shift downwards into your abdomen.
Below are shocking photos of Princess Shyngle’s waist training results…

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So this brought us to the question, Is waist trainer good for you?

Read below, culled from usatoday.com:

Just because a celebrity promotes it doesn't mean that it's safe or that it works or that it's proven
"If I were to take a rubber band and wrap it around my finger tightly and leave it there for an hour, I'm going to have this indentation in my soft tissue, but it's not going to be permanent. An hour later, my finger is going to look normal again," says spinal surgeon Dr. Paul Jeffords
However, the damage caused by a waist trainer could be permanent. "My focuses as a spinal surgeon are the musculature effects and what effect does it have on the spine, the bones, the ligaments, the nerves. And certainly there can be some significant side effects with the prolonged use of these type of devices," Jeffords says.

Waist trainers makes heart burn and indigestion worse, and women pass out after wearing them because they can't get enough air. Your diaphragm, colon, liver stomach, and small intestines can all be shifted around inside your body after wearing one for too long.
Doctors say women who want to see a smaller waist should keep the diet and exercise, but lose the waist trainer.
According to report,  if you want to wear one of these trainers occasionally to create a silhouette for a special dress, that should be fine. But when it comes to long-term use, don't.
Popular Ghanaian Actress, Princess Shyngle, Who Is Obsessed With Waist Training, Develops Kidney Disease (See Photos) Popular Ghanaian Actress, Princess Shyngle, Who Is Obsessed With Waist Training, Develops Kidney Disease (See Photos) Reviewed by Angel M on 03:42 Rating: 5

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