Why it’s good to take off the bra for good

I have felt this all my life – can’t wear a bra at all, if I have too put one on, then it’s itchy and I feel constricted, can’t breathe, and can’t wait to come to take it off…


Ladies It’s Finally Time To Take off That Bra… For Good!

So as a man, I have a question: If bras are so uncomfortable, why do women wear them every day? Esspecially now that research is showing that they are in no way beneficial.

Most women dream all day of the moment that they can get home and unclasp their bra, and be free of it’s restrictive grasps. New research is showing that there is no need to walk around all day being bound up by that pesky bra. Seriously, I’m not making this up…

Besides being uncomfortable, there is a chance that bras can be unhealthy as well. In a study that was conducted by Syd and Soma Singer in May of 1991, 4000 women in 5 major U.S. cities were interviewed. All of the women who were studied were of Caucasian descent, ages ranging from 30 to 79. Of the 4,000 women, almost half had been diagnosed with breast cancer. The majority of the women who were interviewed said that they were unhappy with the shape and size of their breasts and wore a bra for appearance only. 3 out of 4 of these women who wore their bras to sleep contracted breast cancer, and 1 in 7 women who wore their bras for more than 12 hours a day did too. This study concluded that just 1 in 168 women who did not wear a bra contracted breast cancer, which is the same amount as men (who also do not wear bras).

The theory is that wearing a bra can restrict the extremely thin lymphatic vessels, which then can lead to a build up of toxic fluid. These toxic fluids would otherwise be drained through lymphatic system without the constriction of a bra. When these vessels are closed there is less oxygen and nutrients delivered to the cells while toxic waste materials are building up and not being flushed away. Is it possible that this build up of toxins is linked to fibrocystic cysts – which increase the chances of breast cancer?

A lot of what women drives women to wear bras is the false impression that they help the appearance of breasts. A French study done by Professor Jean-Denis Roullion used calipers to measure changes in the breasts of 330 women over a 15-year period. He found that bras didn’t do anything that they were supposed to do, and they didn’t didn’t do anything to prevent breast tissue from sagging. The findings of the study suggest that breasts would gain more tone and support themselves if no bra were used. This is because, as researchers explain, bras limit the growth of supporting breast tissue leaving the breast to wither and degrade quicker. The study also found that women who took off their bras experience an average of 7mm lift in their nipples from each year they didn’t wear a bra. Those 7mms add up.

So, if your number one task when getting home each day is taking off your bra, then I raise the question again: why put it on? Science is proving that not only do you not need to – you shouldn’t. You can’t argue with science.

Collective Evolution



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