Here’s Why Wearing Wrong Bra Size Is Unhealthy
It may sound funny, but you may be wearing wrong bra sizes despite many years of being an adult. I used to be guilty too.
A research has confirmed that 80 percent of women wear an insufficient over-the-shoulder boulder holder and at such, the health implications are enormous but mostly overlooked.
It has then therefore become imperative to always wear the right bra size to avoid any or all of the following poorly fitting bra related ailments; headaches, rashes, hernia, and even IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).
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For more elaborate explanation, IBS is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. IBS is a chronic condition that you’ll need to manage long term.
This is no fearmongering. A careful use of search engine would reveal what a certified internist, Nancy Simpkins, confirmed about the IBS situation. She said even though the claim may be a little exaggerated, as the muscles of the chest and abdomen protect the bowel, women should definitely get fitted, as there are certainly musculoskeletal, skeletal, and postural implications for wearing the wrong bra.
“For young women, I recommend starting good habits as early as possible in order to prevent long-term effects,” she says. “A poorly fitted bra can contribute to shoulder and back pain. The best way to prevent this from occurring is to invest in bras that fit well.”
So, it may be worth asking a sales rep to take your measurements the next time you’re out shopping to find the right size and at Beprobe, we do that without batting an eyelid.
Not only will a proper fit help your posture and stave off back pain, but it will make your boobs look even awesomer, which is always a perk.