According to the famous belief, if something is forbidden, but you really want it, you can try. However, this is not the case: the things from the following list should rather be eliminated from your wardrobe. And if you cannot pluck up courage to throw something away, then at least do not wear these items of clothing on a daily basis, except on special occasions.
A push-up bra
Despite the fact that women with small breasts can treat the model with the push-up effect as their salvation, you can wear it only occasionally. For example, at some solemn ceremony. Keep in mind that you should not leave this underwear on your body for more than eight hours. A push-up bra looks attractive, but it puts pressure on the breasts and holds them in an unnatural position, which leads to blood stagnation and even cancer.
We do not argue that such panties look tempting, but they bring a whole bunch of trouble with them. The movements of the narrow strip behind promote transferring bacteria from the anus to the vagina and urethra, which eventually will lead to inflammation. Moreover, constant pressure and friction in the anus area can cause hemorrhoids.
Overly tight jeans, pants or shorts
Constant wearing of excessively tight clothes in the pelvic area may cause fertility problems in a woman: bacteria grow best in warm and humid environment, which is provided by the tight clothes. As a result, one may suffer from the possible appearance of vaginal candidiasis (thrush) or other yeast infections. If jeans or pants are too tight along the entire leg, in future one is very likely to face such a problem as varicose veins.
A short skirt
This is especially true of the cold season: it is easier to chill your female organs (and put the future of motherhood at stake). Besides, you can get pyelonephritis, sciatica, cystitis… The latter, incidentally, is even called “the disease of miniskirts”! In addition, our body quickly and successfully accumulates body fat in the places that are often freezing. Thus the accumulation of fat determines the appearance of cellulite. So, choosing a short skirt you run the risk of getting “an orange peel” in the future.
Excessively high heels
Women seem to have fallen in love with high-heeled shoes the moment they appeared in the wardrobe. History has preserved the funny incidents described in the literature of the 17th century: the ladies were ready for such an absurdity as wearing uncomfortable high heels that nearly prevented them from moving independently on the street (even if they came out, they had to use special canes)! Even today, when we sometimes see a young “fashionista” walking on 20-centimeter stilettos with great difficulty and on bent legs, we want to offer her a cane…
If to be serious, this is not just the matter of aesthetics: constant wearing of high heels not only creates a traumatic situation, but also leads to spine and feet deformities (the big toe begins to deform to the side, and there appears the so-called “bump”; besides, flat feet may develop).
By the way, the scientists from Stanford University have recently discovered that every time a woman wears high heels, she increases the level of stress on her joints. As a result, this can lead to the development of osteoarthritis over time. It is an incurable disease that is more common in women than in men. Such shoes are of particular danger for women with overweight.
The task of sunglasses is to protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet radiation. However, not all manufacturers apply to the lens a special coating that filters harmful rays; pay more attention to the design of the model. As a result, a woman wears dark glasses, believing that her eyes are safe. But in reality the situation is even more dangerous! That is why such an important accessory must be purchased in specialized stores, paying attention to the level of UV rays filtering.
Be beautiful and healthy!