How wearing tight clothes can be harmful to your health

When it comes to anything to do with your health you have to be careful. Fashion is good but it’s necessary to dress in a way that makes you comfortable. These are some of the reasons why you should avoid very tight clothes;

Blood circulation

When dressed in tight clothes the blood circulation gets affected. This is because your blood vessels get pressed together by the garment hence the blood flow does not occur as required. It can also affect also affect the veins and arteries as they are being strained.

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Allergic reactions

It is necessary to wash new garments before wearing them. More especially if the clothes are dyed. When the cloth is holding your skin tightly and it is dyed it can cause allergies to your body because of the chemicals. It can also lead to skin numbness.

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Digestion problems

This especially is in connection to tight trousers and underwear. When the stomach s tightly held and you are feeding, the food will not be able to get digested. This can also lead to stomach upsets and bloating.

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Nerve pains

Designed to smooth out flab and bulging tummies, body-shapes like compression undergarments and control-top pantyhose have a downside. “Tight garments on the lower abdominal region and the upper thigh can cause a condition called Meralgia Paresthetica, irritation of the nerves in the front and outer aspects of the thigh,” says Orly Avitzur, MD, a neurologist and medical adviser to Consumer Reports who practices in Carmel, N.Y.

Rashes and Infections

Tight clothes can cause rashes to your skin. This is due to the itching feeling that you will have because of the irritation fro the garment. The tight clothing item can cause bruising of the skin in such a way that bacteria are able to breach that protective layer of tissue and cause infections.

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