Sleeping in Bras - Should You Do It?248358

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Just yesterday, I was enjoying a martini with a buddy after function when the topic turned to breasts. Her boyfriend is an OB/GYN. He's seen his share of breasts in all shapes and sizes. He claims that hers are the perkiest he's seen. My buddy readily informed him (and me) that her secret is sleeping in a bra every evening.

Of course, it isn't truly a secret. I've heard this technique for perky breasts numerous times. In reality, Marilyn Monroe was 1 of the greatest proponents of the practice. As a lingerie expert, I get asked about sleeping in bras about as soon as a month. There are these who will say it is great and those who say it's harmful. There is no simple answer to the question, but do not think everything you hear.

Most detractors of wearing a bra to sleep will claim that it causes breast cancer. This belief is primarily based off a study by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer place forth in the book, Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras. The study found a correlation in between women in 5 American cities who put on bras for lengthy periods of time and a higher incidence of breast cancer. This was followed up with a study that showed that breast cancer is quite rare in Fiji where ladies seldom wear bras.

While the theories are interesting, it should be noted that correlation does not imply causation. For example, ladies in Fiji spend much more time close to the ocean than those in the United States, but no 1 is suggesting we all flock to the ocean to prevent breast cancer. There are known genetic factors that influence a woman's likelihood of creating breast cancer and these were not considered in the study. White women, in particular, are more most likely to carry a gene that is linked to the development of breast cancer and there are very couple of white women in Fiji. Nonetheless, there are no research that can conclusively say breast cancer is not linked to bras.

On the other hand, there are no research that prove wearing a bra will prevent breasts from sagging when not wearing a bra. Breasts sag for a few factors:

1) Softening of breast ligaments and loss of breast tissue with age

two) Enlarged breasts during pregnancy causing the skin to stretch

3) Modifications in the fat and tissue composition of the breasts

Breasts have extremely little structural support. There are no muscle tissues and no bones inside the breasts. They are supported primarily by a few ligaments and the overlying skin. The suppler the tissue is, the less likely the breasts are to sag. Thus, a healthy diet plan might have the most impact on whether breasts sag or not. Some research have actually shown that wearing bras can trigger breasts to sag when the bra comes off simply because the bra prevents the ligaments from doing any work throughout the day and the ligaments start to atrophy.

All issues considered, the answer to the query of whether or not or not to put on a bra to bed comes down to comfort. If you are more comfy wearing the bra to sleep, go ahead and do it. Just be cautious that it's not too tight (that is good guidance evening or day). You don't want to restrict blood flow or trigger damage to your skin in the type of indentations. If it's not comfy to sleep in your bra, take it off. It won't keep your breasts from sagging anyway.