Breast surely have a major part. They start turning heads as soon as they make their debut during puberty. They nurture babies with milk uniquely suited to an infant’s needs. They provide pleasure, support, body image and inspire pride and satisfaction.
The extremely common feminine piece of clothing, considered to be one of the most important in a woman’s intimate wardrobe does provide many health benefit. Bras are mandatory for maintaining and supporting healthy bosom. Wearing a bra help prevent sagging, improve posture, reduce back pain and maintain healthy breast tissue.
There are many factors to consider before making a decision to wear a Bra
Breasts contain mainly fat, glands, connective tissue and fluids. These contents are supported against gravity by tissues and the skin that covers them. When you’re sitting or standing, there is much strain on these elements. The tissues inside the breast may experience tiny injuries, causing pain and discomfort when you walk or exercise.
The whole point of wearing a bra is to apportion some or all of the weight of your bust onto the shoulders and waist area. When a bra is properly fitted, about 80% of this weight is carried by the band, and the remainder by the shoulders.
Women and girls wear bras for a variety of reasons. Below are some things bras do.
- Hide nipples that poke through clothing.
- Delay (but not prevent) sagging
- Prevent bouncing of breasts, and thus avoid pain and discomfort
- Make some clothes look better
- Help show cleavage
- Control sweating under the bust
- Enhance beauty
- Prevent backache and spine issues in busty women
- Act as underwear (adding insulation and reducing friction) for the upper part of a woman’s body
Many women accentuate the sexuality of their breast with bras, many feel that bras sort of necessary “modest covering” for breasts. They feel “immoral or indecent without bras”
Bra give the female body a cleaner look. Not wearing a bra makes sweat collects under the breast gives discomfort feeling. When move quickly breasts slap painfully against the skin underneath.When doing exercise or sports breast jump up and down.
If you don’t wear a bra in public places, the following issues are bound to occur:
- You tend to constantly cross your arms over your chest
- You sweat under the bust
- You become more self-conscious about your bust, which may affect your concentration
- You notice other people’s breasts and bras more than usual
- You sometimes feel pain in the chest
- Your bust slaps on your chest as you walk
- You get in the habit of wearing layered, dressy clothes, or opt for those with attached support
- You become curious when you see another lady bra-less
- At work, other people start seeing you not as professionally dressed
- When you go to social gatherings, other guests treat you as unfashionable and backward
- Some people see you as sexually provocative
- Some fashion outfits won’t fit you and you may have to abandon some of your clothes
- You have no easy way to show your cleavage
- You have the inclination to wear baggy clothes
- If you have a huge bust, your posture changes as you lean back to balance yourself
- You experience a sense of freedom
- Some things you used to do, like climbing up and down the stairs, become uncomfortable
Wearing a beautiful well-fitting set lingerie improves your physicality, makes you feel good, can boost your confidence, physically, mentally and even sexually. Right size of bar supports our breast by keeping them in place, shoulder stay up straight, your back is up. It reduce any irritation, stress and discomfort. When your body is supported the right way, you won’t be slouching, or adjusting or hunching over with pain.