Sleep in bra
Internet is full of information about sleep in bra and wearing bra at night. In most cases young girls and women are asking this question because mature experienced women already know all benefits and risks of wearing bra at night.
It is well known that in some situations women are recommended to use night bra – women with big breasts and with mastopathia, after operations, during breastfeeding, etc. But there is no reason to wear a bra for healthy girls and women with normal breast sizes.
The most important point is to try to be more natural and don’t squeeze body parts without any need. Circulation within the lymphatic system is an all-important part of maintaining breast health. Bras compress the lymph vessels that are close to the breast’s surface, preventing the flow of the lymph fluids that help to clear out toxins.
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SLEEP in Bra
Sleep in bra
Usually it is girls in puberty who start wearing a bra to bed and trying sleep in bra. Usually this is for two reasons. One, the excitement of “finally” being able to wear a bra, to be on the road to womanhood, is just so thrilling that they don’t want it to end. They want to go to sleep and wake up with the bra on, a visible sign of maturity.
Second, teenagers are generally very embarrassed about the things their bodies are doing. They don’t want people to see these new, strange shapes! So they wear a bra 24×7 so that no matter WHAT happens (fire, sudden tornado, etc) they are safe and protected.
Either way, hopefully the desire to wear a bra when sleeping will be short lived and they will return to the normal practice of sleeping without any binding of the breasts. Breasts are normal body parts and need to have at least some relaxation and free to bend and stretch. Nighttime is the body’s chance to heal and recuperate from the stresses of the day. It’s very important for the breasts to be loose as well, to be able to get a ‘normal’ blood flow into them. There is little chance of them stretching and becoming misshapen at night – they are being supported by the bed in most sleeping positions. The great advantages of free blood flow vastly outweigh the concerns of sudden fires or other issues.
If you or someone you know is hooked on sleeping with a bra, it’s time to break that habit, for the sake of your breasts.
Breasts are normal body parts and need to have at least some relaxation and free to bend and stretch. Nighttime is the body’s chance to heal and recuperate from the stresses of the day. It’s very important for the breasts to be loose as well, to be able to get a ‘normal’ blood flow into them.
(information from – http://www.lisashea.com/lisabase/breast/bed.html)
Bra and breast cancer risk
Bra-wearing has been linked to breast cancer in a study done by Sidney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer. They found, for example, that women who wore a bra 24 hours a day had a 113-fold increase in breast cancer incidence compared to women who wore bra less than 12 hours daily! They suggest that bras exert enough pressure to the breast and surrounding areas to inhibit the flow of lymph, which then causes toxins and other waste material to remain in the breasts instead of being flushed out.
Now, this effect may be due to the fact that most women just wear the wrong size bra that is too tight somewhere. No one has done any studies investigating the link between breast cancer and how well the woman’s bra fits. Either way, for your breast health’s sake it is better to avoid wearing bras whenever possible, and for those occasions when you do need one, get well-fitting bras.
(information from – http://www.007b.com/why_wear_bras.php)
For your breast health’s sake it is better to avoid wearing bras whenever possible, and for those occasions when you do need one, get well-fitting bras.
SLEEP in BRA – benefits
A sleep bra is similar to a regular bra without an under wire. It is meant to be comfortable enough to sleep in while providing the support necessary to serve its purpose. The benefits of a sleep bra are numerous. Not only do they provide comfort and potential pain relief, but they can also assist if a woman is recovering from operations that involve the breast.
Comfort While Sleeping
Finding a comfortable position while sleeping can be difficult when you have larger breasts. Sleeping on your stomach can be painful, but sleeping on your side can cause the weight of your breasts to add stress to your back. Using a sleep bra can provide support to alleviate some of that pressure.
There are many reasons why women might have mastalgia or pain in their breasts. Some examples are breast size, change in hormones due to menstrual cycles, and pregnancy. Sleeping in a bra can sometimes alleviate the discomfort of these occurrences by providing additional support.
Recovery from Surgery
When recovering from surgery involving the breasts, such as reconstructive surgery, reductions, or augmentations, a woman will often require additional support at night. This not only allows her to sleep comfortably but will also assist her in healing properly.
Some living situations involve running into someone you might not know well in the middle of the night. An example could be a bathroom in a college dorm. Many women feel uncomfortable if they run into someone while not wearing a bra. By using a sleep bra, they avoid this situation by always having the support they need.
(information prepared by Lisa Pulsifer, eHow Contributor – http://www.ehow.com/list_5776782_benefits-sleep-bra_.html)