The danger of wearing a tight bra

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Many women trust him support To keep the beauty of her breasts, however behind the benefit to support the breasts in order to keep them firm, the bra has the potential to harm health if it is too tight.

According to a study by the Biomedical Engineering faculty at Harvard University wearing a very tight bra is associated with a increased risk of breast cancer, based on these studies it was determined that wearing a bra that is too tight will impede blood circulation and damage the breast tissue, which results in a decreased supply of oxygen and nutrients to breast cells which are inhibited by accumulating toxins.

Researchers warn of high risk of breast cancer for women who wear tight bras for more than 12 hours, especially those who sleep in a bra. Through this study the researchers also found that most cases of breast cancer they happen to middle-class workers who have long hours of work.

Specialists explain that lymphatic vessels In the breast tissue they are very thin and are very sensitive to pressure, therefore wearing a tight bra would limit the flow of lymph in the breast, which results in an accumulation of toxemia that triggers the cancer cell development.

Gynecologist Dr. Smiti Kamath added that lymphatic circulation is strongly influenced by movement, which can be affected not only by wearing tight bras, but also by wearing cable ties during sleep which can also inhibit flow. of the lymph and provoke anoxia, a condition in which the oxygen content is below normal, which in turn is associated with a increased risk of cancersaid the researcher.

Therefore women who have a family history of breast cancer should be very careful, since the misuse of the bra can inhibit the body's ability to rid itself of cancer cells and toxins such as dioxins, benzene and other carcinogenic chemicals They adhere to the fatty tissues of the body, such as the breasts.

Healthy Advice; If you find a lump in the breast, it may be lymphatic fluid that generates a blockage at that level, but of course consulting a specialist is always the best option for any type of anomaly, no matter how small.

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