Top Jeans Facts

The wardrobe of a modern woman is probably impossible to imagine without at least one pair of jeans. However, some women have dozens of them. It turns out that jeans are also associated with certain health conditions.

Blue Jeans

Top 5 Health Problems Associated with Wearing Jeans

Bernhardt-Roth syndrome (neuritis of the external femoral cutaneous nerve)
exacerbation of gynecological diseases
progression of cellulite
intestinal dysfunction and pancreas
developmental disorder of sex organs in adolescent girls.

How Wearing Jeans Affects Man’s Health

Of the 2,000 British men, who took part in the survey, 50% admitted that they experienced discomfort when wearing tight jeans. 25% were suffering from bladder dysfunction. 20% happened to have problems with spermatogenesis.

Other Interesting Facts about Jeans

More than 50% of the British, who participated in the study, usually wore blue jeans when they were in a depressed state. When in high spirits, only one-third of the participants preferred these clothes. Being in a good mood, 62% of the women decided to wear a dress or a hat. Psychologists believe that you change your mood for the better only by changing the outfit.
Low-quality denim fabric may contain phenol – a toxic component of some dyes. This can result in irritation of the skin, eyes and respiratory tract.
Japanese scientists have developed a special pair of jeans that are able to effectively slow down the aging of the skin for about 2 years, moisturizing it and protecting it from bacteria.
When wearing tight jeans, there is a 15-fold increase in the risk of activation of fungal genus candida – the pathogen of candidiasis in women.

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