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Video | Bra’s and Underwear impact how our bits are hung!

Bra’s and Underwear impact how our bits are hung!

In order to effectively enhance sports and athletic performance, the issue of our bits must be dealt with. It is also important to note that wearing a bra that is too tight or poorly fitted can cause circulation issues and even lead to lymphedema, swelling in the arms or legs due to lymphatic fluid buildup. Bra’s and Underwear impact how our bits are hung! Regularly wearing a bra that is not supporting your breasts properly can also lead to sagging and discomfort.

I encourage women to consider going braless or opting for more comfortable, less restrictive bra alternatives such as bralettes, camisoles, or even sports bras. It’s important to prioritize your health and comfort over societal expectations and beauty standards.

Bra’s and Underwear impact how our bits are hung!

The way we’ve come to erroneously equate fitness with health has interfered with our understanding of the body’s dependency on specific loads. Maybe you got your workout in, but what about  the loads you created the rest of the day? For how many hours a week is a chair pressing on your hamstrings? How does this constant pressure affect the blood vessels running down to your feet or the nerves in the pelvis? How do you sleep? And I don’t mean how many hours; I’m referring to the loads created by the position in which you sleep.

PASSIVE LOADS MATTER TOO

Has your body tissue shrunk to the point that it can no longer fit other mattresses or pillows?

It’s a sign that the little joints in your body have stiffened to the point where there’s nothing to do – on a pile of lint – and it’s too hard on your body.

If you sleep in nature, this adjustment in sleep duration does not enter your cells, leaving you too weak to try new sleeping positions.

Modern Loads There is another way to be different that is almost never considered essential: underwear.

Bra’s and Underwear impact how our bits are hung. They remove the gravity load from our oscillating and hanging elements. The breasts and testicles rely on gravity to load their suspension muscles and ligaments, which in turn keeps these suspension systems strong and able to move as needed.

So, the next time you consider taking off that bra or underwear at the end of the day, remember that these undergarments are not just a matter of comfort or fashion, but they also play a crucial role in supporting your body’s mechanics and maintaining your long-term health. It’s time we start shifting our focus from just fitness to understanding the importance of passive loads on our bodies and how they ultimately affect our overall health and well-being.

So, here are some tips to prevent shrinkage and improve your overall health:

  1. Wear looser underwear or pants to allow for more hanging room.
  2. Get your bras fitted by a professional and wear less restrictive bras. Don’t wear a bra at night unless it’s loose.
  3. Exercise regularly but don’t overdo it. Small segmented movements throughout the day are just as important as exercising vigorously for 60 minutes.
  4. Pay attention to your weight-bearing habits. Make small changes to your daily routine, like standing more and sitting less, or taking short walks throughout the day.
  5. Try to live a more natural lifestyle, even if it means making small changes like cooking your own food and walking to the store instead of driving.

By making these small changes, you can prevent shrinkage, improve your overall health, and save millions in healthcare dollars. It’s time to take control of our health and wellbeing in order to live happier, healthier lives.

The HAZDA study

Based on the study of the HAZDA people, it is clear that physical activity is crucial for our health and that following the way of life of our ancestors is a better model for health than any scientific study on animals. The HAZDA men and women are physically active, with the men walking further each day and the women increasing their heart rate through exercise related to food and carrying heavy loads. The data also shows that there is no significant decrease in the amount of daily activity in HAZDA between the ages of 18 and 60; instead, there is an increase in moderate and vigorous activity for this age group. This challenges our cultural narrative about exercise and shows that age and chores should not be used as reasons for not exercising. Instead, we should prioritize physical activity for our health and well-being.

Tiny Movement: Move in tiny ways for three minutes every half hour.

If you track it with a pedometer, you’ll record about 10,000 steps or about 5 miles per day. Now your cardiologist is happy, but I know your brain health is the most important thing you have. Remember that our ancestral way of life will always serve as a model for better health, because human studies have always been of higher quality than rat and animal studies, and humans have done at least 15 000 steps per day from the time of Adam and Eve until today. Or 8-10 miles now. Even in a recent Scottish study of postal workers, those who had no cardiovascular symptoms over time walked about 8-10 miles a day.

Think the song… ‘I’m a Free Fallin’ It’

The small moves matter the most. It even has an epigenetic component that affects your unborn child before and during embryogenesis. That’s right, the developing fetus needs mechanical loads from the movement of the mother’s body and there are no limiting factors in the womb, it all depends on the neural signals generated by the mechanical stimulation of movement throughout throughout the day, which is also the case with prenatal chiropractic if you are pregnant Another reason why this is crucial. When you see a lump, see a chiropractor to help manage it naturally and safely.

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Wearing bras for extended periods of time can have negative effects on our spinal and overall health, and it’s important to start considering the impact on our bodies. We should aim to find a comfortable and supportive alternative that doesn’t compromise our health.

References:

  1. Schmitz, K. H., Hruska, B., Doyle, T., & Courneya, K. S. (2005). Influence of breast support on upper body kinematics during a treadmill run. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 37(10), 1671-1677.
  2. Goodman, J. D., & Marshman, L. A. (1996). Effects of breast support on discomfort and bra fit in large-breasted women. Applied Ergonomics, 27(4), 207-213.
  3. Kong, F. Y., Wang, H. T., & Xue, L. L. (2014). Effects of brassiere cup supporting systems on breast biomechanics. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, 14(02), 1450027.
  4. Liao, S. H., Chang, H. Y., Liang, M. T., & Wu, J. S. (2009). Effects of sports bra type and gait speed on vertical breast displacement during treadmill running. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12(4), 427-433.
  5. Steele, J. R., & Mann, J. F. (2013). Comparison of breast kinematics during overground and treadmill running. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(9), 1761-1769.
  6. Kaur, S., Singla, R., Shah, V., Pandey, R., & Bansal, M. (2015). Comparative study of the effects of different brassieres on the musculoskeletal pain and discomfort in young women with large breasts. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 5(10), 548-550.
  7. Scurr, J. C., White, J. L., & Hedger, W. (2010). The effect of breast support on the kinematics of the breast during the running gait cycle. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28(10), 1103-1109.
  8. Brown, N., White, J., & Scurr, J. (2012). The influence of breast size on breast movement and sports bra fit during running in recreational female runners. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30(4), 339-346.
  9. Warner, K., & Neville, C. (2011). Physiological breast pain in women: use of a soft cup bra. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 31(4), 352-354.
  10. Mason, B. R., Page, K. A., Fallon, K. N., & Bransgrove, R. D. (1999). Breast size and thoracic pain in young women. Journal of Women’s Health, 8(5), 699-707.


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