Going braless is touted to be one of the ‘aha’ moments of the day. We mean it! Doesn’t it feel like freedom from those tight bras that wrap around our boobs?
Here are some of the things that happen when you stop wearing bras.
You're Free!: If you're like me, you understand that many cup bras are a total hassle, and are often pretty uncomfortable. When you take it all off, your boobs are free to do whatever they wish — swing, bounce, jiggle, and, most importantly, breathe. It's so freeing to feel the soft texture of your favorite comfy tee brush up against your boobs instead of the underwire of a push-up bra.
You breathe better: The compression created by the wire in a bra on your diaphragm can lead to a lot of discomfort in breathing, especially to those who have asthma. It gives a lot of relief when you go braless.
No Saggy Breasts: Many might think that going braless can make their breast saggy. But this is not the case. Reportedly, a study led by sports science expert, Jean-Denis Rouillon, bras are not necessary as the breasts do not benefit from this piece of clothing. Instead, as per the study, breasts “get saggier with a bra.” The reason is simple. Due to constant support, the breast tissue becomes still and weak. But, as you stop wearing them, your breasts have to adapt and they end up becoming neutral and supports themselves.
Save Some Money: Let’s face it, bras are expensive! Especially nice, comfortable, stylish ones. No matter what amount of money you spend on bra – whether it’s N2000, N5000, or N10000 – consider that money saved is money earned. Whatever money you would have spent on a frilly new bra can be pocketed for another time or spent on something more important to you!
Encourage Healthy Breast Tissue: As a part of the 15-year study previously mentioned, scientists have found that wearing a bra may be hindering your ability to grow healthy breast tissue. Healthy breast tissue is important for so many reasons; obviously, healthy tissue will decrease (but not totally prevent) your chance for various breast diseases, such as breast cancer.