One question I was asked was “Can I sleep in my corset? My answer is always “Yes, wearing tights is a good way to speed up the goal. This is actually one of my favorite waist training methods. The reason for sleeping in a corset is one of my favorite methods, because you are training while sleeping, and doing anything while you sleep is affirmative. Although it is not necessary to wear a corset when sleeping, this is a good way to exercise extra. Some people also have work or hobbies, can’t wear tights during the day, and wear tights at night to let these women receive waist training. Another reason to wear tights at night is to keep your hourglass image after you reach your goal.
Although I like to sleep in tights, everyone has different experiences, just as the speed of our progress will be different. It is recommended to provide medical input.
Some women find it impossible to sleep in a corset, which is usually the case with light sleepers. I am a heavy sleeper and found that sleeping in tights is relatively comfortable and easy.
We all have different ways of sleeping, some sleeping on one side, some sleeping on the stomach, and some sleeping on the back. This will bring a different personal experience to each show. If you are on the side, you may find that sleeping in a corset requires you to keep your muscles involved, which can be problematic when you try to relax and fall asleep. If you are a person sleeping on your stomach, you may find that sleeping on a corset seems to put extra pressure on your head or neck, because the corset does not make your spine as usual. Bend like that. Most people seem to find it the easiest to sleep on a corset.