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Why Women Should Stop Wearing Bras

Updated on May 31, 2017
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Clive Williams is an internet researcher and writer on many genres. He has a BSc. Degree in Information Systems.

Ever since the beginning of time, the Bra has been a part of the woman's wear. It has been remodeled and modeled and remolded in many different styles. High class fashion designers have even placed their stamp on the fashionable Bra and thus selling these simple yet useless piece of clothing for hundreds of dollars. But the Bra has a deeper and darker secret than most women know about. Women buy bra thinking it helps their breast, but the reality is even much farther.

Why Women Should Stop Wear Bras
Why Women Should Stop Wear Bras

1. Bras Do Not Prevent Breast Sagging

Any woman who truly knows the anatomy of her body especially her breast knows that bras can never prevent breast sagging. Many women buy these pieces of closing of much smaller fit with the intention of creating a lift for their breast, but the truth is that’s really all the bra is actually doing. It is like two strapped on palms simply holding the sag breast basically defying gravity. A woman's breast sags because it loses firm fiber which keeps the breast upright after time. A woman's breast is just like any other part of her body, whether it be hips, legs or hands. All these limps do begin to loose tension over time and will start to sag in one way or the other. So as the woman ages, so does the pectoralis muscle behind the breast and this begins to loose strength. Then the adipose tissue goes through its natural aging and followed by the lubules. These are the contributors of sagging breast. No bra is able to prevent this.

2. Bras disrupt Circulation

Oh yes, the bra is definitely not the best thing to be holding your breast as it begins to strangle blood and constricting your breast tissue. Lymphatic vessels are very thin, they are extremely sensitive to pressure and are easily compressed." Chronic minimal pressure on the breasts can cause lymph valves and vessels to close. "Less oxygen and fewer nutrients are delivered to the cells, while waste products are not flushed away. This will end up being very bad for the woman's breast. Thus leading up to the next reason why women should not wear bras.

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3. Increases Breast Cancer

Bras can increase breast cancer by at least 100%. Yeah, that's right. You may start to see bras as that poltergeist that you have welcomed into you home after knowing this. The main cause for breast cancer is toxins. But poisons accumulating in breast tissue are normally flushed by clear lymph fluid into large clusters of lymph nodes nestling in the armpits and upper chest. But when the bra suffocates these lymph nodes, the toxins are not flushed and end up in the breast tissue resulting in cancer. Why wear these things if they are not helping your breast but instead slowly poisoning your body.

4. Boost Elasticity and Collagen

Some of you who already know what Collagen is may ask yourself what the heck this guy is talking about as Collagen is a good thing. Yes, you are right. Collagen is a fibrous protein which is abundant in the human body. It is like the building block for skin tissue, connective tissues, bones, teeth and tendons. Collagen is useful for damaged cartilages and bones. It also maintains the resistance, elasticity and mobility of joints and connective tissue. But like with every good thing, too much of it can become quite bad and even extremely harmful to the body or in this case the woman's breast.

When the collagen level becomes too high, it may contribute to high calcium levels. Too much calcium in the body will result in bone pain, nausea, abnormal heart rates, tiredness and even constipation. If these don't deter you from wearing the bra, all I can say is make your final preparations soon.

5. Takes Away Breast Attractiveness

A woman's breast is considered a very attractive part of her anatomy. All a bra seems to do is cover that beautiful piece if creation. The breast actually brings a bit more curvature to any woman who goes bra-less. What can I say, Bras are simply no good.


Well, now you know that the brazeere is not that beneficial to a woman's breast. I have given you five solid reasons as to why all women should ditch the bra in order to have a healthy life. What decision will you make today? Will you continue to support this killer wear or go free and choose health? Your life, you decide.


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    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      21 months ago from Jamaica

      Hello Jodah...I am sure you will be even more pleased than your wife. Thanks for stopping by.

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      John Hansen 

      21 months ago from Queensland Australia

      When I read the title I thought this was going to be a humorous hub, Clive. You surprised me with this expert medical advise on the dangers of wearing a bra. I'll tell my wife, she will be pleased.

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      21 months ago from Jamaica

      Hey ruby, I dunno...saggy breast are mostly cancer free.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      21 months ago from Southern Illinois

      To each HER own! Saggy breasts, well I never heard of such a tragedy!!! What are you going to write about next, a saggy butt? I knew a woman who rolled her boobs up and put them in a bra and they were cute...LOL

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      21 months ago from Jamaica

      Hello Eric, No she shouldn't, but then again at 60 you are nearing the bucket!

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      Eric Dierker 

      21 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Clive this was wonderful and it answered a question I had. Should 60 year old fat men with man boobs where a bra? Phewy.

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      21 months ago from Jamaica

      @MsDora. I wonder the same.

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      Dora Weithers 

      21 months ago from The Caribbean

      Just wondering how a female researcher would present these findings and what her conclusion would be about the brassiere.


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