Lymphatic restriction (tight Bra)
By impeding proper circulation of blood and lymphatic flow, tight clothing can contribute to the formation of cancer or other diseases. According to Singer & Grismaijer's book Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras, women who wear a bra 24 hours per day have a 75.00 % chance of developing breast cancer (3 out of 4). If they wear it more than 12 hours (but not during sleep), this chance is 14.28% (1 out of 7). With less than 12 hours per day, the breast cancer risk is dramatically decreased to 00.66%
Girls, next time you take your bra off, look in the mirror. You may see red lines on the sides and underneath your breasts, and marks on your shoulders from the straps. This is not a good sign, the lymph flow might have been been cut off. Push-up bras and those with underwire or high side panels have even more constricting effect on the lymphatic vessels. It's time to buy a better fitting one. Also try give your breasts free time from bras every day - if possible at least 12 hours.
remove your Bra lookout for
marks, lines and red areas on
your shoulders, sides and around
We need to allow the lymphatic circulation freely so it can remove cancer cells, if the lymphatic circulation is restricted cancer cells can proliferate. You do not have to do a study watch the map of the beast cancer worldwide and the regions it effects. The areas like South Africa and Brunei see less cancer rates . (Please see the link for the incidence of breast cancer world wide and notice it affects mostly the western countries where bras are used.