This Is What Happens When You Stop Wearing a Bra
This Is What Happens When You Stop Wearing a Bra
This Is What Happens When You Stop Wearing a Bra
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This Is What Happens When You Stop Wearing a Bra

Since the invention of the bra in 1889, women all across the world are starting a revolution by letting their tatas hang free.

With more and more people working from home, we’ve seen a real upsurge in the braless movement. Finally, we can let them hang without feeling like we’re being scrutinised by our coworkers! While society may have a thing or two to say about women going braless, we’d rather listen to a voice of reason–science–to decide whether or not we should really be burning all our bras.

Women with larger breasts may experience neck pain

Women with large breasts who stop wearing supportive bras may experience neck pain. So be careful, my C and D-cup ladies! The heaviness of your breasts pull on the trapezius muscles which run from the back of your neck down to your shoulders. As a result, you may also catch yourself slouching a lot more. That’s gravity, baby.

Going braless can improve circulation

We don’t call them ‘boob prisons’ for no reason. Oftentimes, wearing a bra can make you feel totally imprisoned–probably like how women used to feel wearing corsets back in the days… If you feel like you’re suffocating with a bra on, it’s probably because you are. Wearing a bra can cut off circulation. If you’re feeling too snug in your bra, it’s probably too tight and it could cause more dangerous problems in the long run.

It could keep your breasts perky longer

A study conducted by Prof. Rouillon shows that, contrary to popular belief, wearing a bra may actually cause your chest to sag quicker. That’s because your breasts are made up of all sorts of muscles and connective tissues. Wearing a bra will make your breasts ‘lazier’ because your muscles aren’t being activated as much, meaning that your tatas will basically forget how to hold themselves up on their own. So by going braless, you’re actually letting your chest exercise naturally, which will give them a nice and perky look, just like when you come back from a run!

All in all, it’s generally accepted that women with small breasts can go braless, but, women with bigger cup sizes should probably keep on wearing bras. But make sure it is properly fitted. Don’t hesitate to ask for help next time you go lingerie shopping!

By Lola Bee

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