If you have recently bought a waist trainer or you are looking to buy one, you may have a few questions about wearing the shapers especially when it comes to sleeping at night.
For some women, sleeping can be a great way to incorporate more waist trainer wearing into their lives without disturbing any part of their life. If you sleep 7-8 hours at night, that is a good amount of time to wear your waist trainer to help you see results even quicker.
The thing to keep in mind though, sleeping in a waist trainer is not for everyone. In fact, don’t be surprised if you have trouble trying to sleep in a waist trainer even if you wear them for 6-8 hours during the day.
Waist trainers can be quite constricting and some people have problems getting comfortable laying down to sleep. Other people may not like the feeling of the pressure on their abdominal area while laying down and may even suffer from panic attacks because the trainer is too tight for them.
On the other hand, there are some women who have absolutely no problem sleeping in a waist trainer and make it a habit to put one on before bed.
If you do plan on trying to wear a waist trainer while sleeping, it’s a good idea to start off with a trainer that is not too tight.
It should be comfortably worn in and could even be one that you think is too loose to wear during the day. This way you start off small and can work your way up to sleeping in a regular waist trainer. Or you can simply stick with the larger waist trainer and only wear those to bed.
A lot people find that sleeping in a regular waist trainer or cincher is a lot more comfortable then sleeping in a steel boned corset. If you have both of these types of waist trainers, you may want to save the boned corset for the day and instead use a good latex waist cincher for when you are sleeping.
Just like when you start wearing your waist training corset, you want to start off slow. You could only wear it for a few hours at night and then make sure that it is looser on your waist. Work your way up to wearing the trainer all night or you if you find that you really don’t like the feeling at all, don’t push it and keep your waist trainer just for the day time.
*Always seek professional medical advice before starting any waist training program*