The advertisements for that pair of skinny jeans portray it as the best thing you can wear. But no one ever warns about the problems it can create for your body. Whether you wear it for sense of fashion or because your accessories force you to wear body hugging, tight-fitting, or confining clothes, don’t forget that they can really be cause of various diseases.
5 DANGERS OF WEARING A TIGHT BRA
If the first thing you do after work is liberate your boobs from their lacy cage, know that you are definitely not alone. We all want to be comfortable, and bras — along with the likes of tight jeans and itchy underwear — often don’t make the list of clothes worth wearing at home. But if taking yours off has become the highlight of your day, there’s a really good chance you’re wearing the wrong bra.
When you’re in the habit of wearing undergarments that are the wrong size and style, you’ll likely notice that your bra straps dig into your shoulders, the band squeezes your back, and the underwire pokes at your chest. But you might also notice that you’ve been getting headaches, backaches, or that you’ve been short of breath —all of which would make anyone want to take their bra off ASAP.
1. You Have Pain Or Irritation Under Your Breasts
2. The Straps Are Digging Into Your Shoulders
3. You Have To Readjust Your Bra Throughout The Day
4. There’s Too Much Jiggling
5. Your Cups Are Spilling Over
6. You’ve Had Shortness Of Breath
8 Bikini Problems Every Woman Understands
1. When you’re not the same size on top as you are on the bottom, but you can’t buy them separately.
2. When you’re tall and the bottoms barely come above your crotch.
3. Constantly having to pull down the wedgie that never ends.
4. How it fits when it’s dry is not how it fits after you get in the water
5. Stuffing the strings into tight shorts, creating the most VPL ever.
6. When your skirt bottom floats up and looks ridiculous the second you go in the water.
7. That size large actually fits like a small.
8. When you can’t adjust the band that goes across your back.
Problems wearing tight pants
For women, overly tight pants or jeans can lead to fungal infections like Thrush.
Experts have also warned against wearing control underwear in a size too small saying they can cause acid reflux and heartburn, as well as making you need the toilet more.
One neurologist wrote a blog about a 15-year-old football player who was referred to her “because of numbness, tingling, and discomfort in her left thigh that had bothered her for a few weeks” because of this type of underwear.
The girls in the team had been wearing them under their loose soccer shorts while they played.
For men, there’s been some suggestion that tight underwear or jeans can affect sperm count because testicles get too hot to allow the sperm to mature.
Doctors treating male fertility problems are told to consider how much people drink, smoke and take drugs as well as if they wear tight pants.
Problems wearing tight socks
If you wear tight socks all day, whatyou notice by the time you are taking them off is swelling around the area where they end. When you take off your socks and notice marks around your feet, it should be an obvious sign that they are too tight. There are various negative effects that come with this.
Edema is the swelling of feet resulting from fluid accumulation. The most common is peripheral edema which is mostly characterized by swollen feet and legs. This is whereby poor circulation causes fluid to collect under the skin towards the lower extremities. Edema can cause numbness in your feet.
Poor Blood Circulation
Very tight socks can cause circulatory issues. When it occurs, you may feel pain in the legs and ankles. Tight socks can increase the risk of varicose veins or worsen them. Varicose veins may cause your legs to swell and feel heavy.