While discomfort, a lack of lift, and issues with support are all common problems associated with a poorly fitted bra, you would be surprised at how many health concerns could be directly linked to simply wearing a bra that doesn’t fit properly.
A massive 80% of women wear ill-fitting bras, with 70% wearing one that is too small and 10% wearing one that's too big. But why do 80% of women wear the wrong-sized bra? Is it out of ignorance, embarrassment or maybe even basic laziness?
There is so much publicity media surrounding breast health in recent years thanks to a variety of high-profile campaigns. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a worldwide, annual campaign involving thousands of organizations that highlight the importance of breast health awareness, education and research. Yet many women are still unaware of the connection between general breast health and wellbeing and wearing the right sized bra!
Here are some of the top health problems that can be attributed to wearing an ill-fitting bra:
Are you ready to make a lifestyle change and ditch your bra? No? Not surprising. If you can’t see yourself making the change, there are still steps you can take to improve your overall breast health.
The above tips are all very important parts of every woman’s breast health. It is easy as to get caught up in the aesthetics of your bust line and the prettiest and sexiest in lingerie in fashion. But you should love your breasts the best way you can and treat them to a properly fitting bra!
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Optifit is the first clinically validated therapeutic bra and fitting system, promoting a balanced posture, reducing musculoskeletal health problems associated with larger bust sizes. Our mission is to EMPOWER women to feel beautiful and confident in their own skin. It is our goal to educate women on breast health issues and provide guidance to help women to obtain optimal breast health through wearing the best possible bra. Being breast aware is very empowering!