Sunday, July 16, 2017

Attention Ladies! Those Skinny Jeans Can Harm Your Health! Here's why...

Next time, before you start buying jeans, you must first pick a pair which is the most suitable to you, and not just check out the taste of your style. Always try pants before buying it, and while trying just bend over to check its level of comfort. It should give proper flexibility and mobility to your legs, especially thighs and bottoms. Never try to fit in those clothes that are too small for your size. You may end up harming your body.

People who have a large belly and like to wear low-waist jeans to hide their fat may end up harming their health.  There are huge difficulties hidden in these low-waist jeans. These may compliment your figure and may be good in fashion sense, but its long-term effects are disastrous.

Out clothes mold our body shape. That is why we are ordered to wear bras, which will prevent our breasts from sagging in early age. Similarly, to hide belly fat, if we wear tight jeans, the fat will push up and accumulate, and your body will take a weird and abnormal shape.

Doctors have suggested how bad this hipster garment is for all of us. It is important not to overstate the risks of wearing such clothes. But still, some stubborn minds have decided not to give up on this clothing.

Not only for women but wearing tight jeans can be equally hazardous to men as well. It can adversely affect their infertility and damage their testicles. Doctors had named this problem as "compartment syndrome," which means the cause of harm to one's nerves and muscles due to tight clothes.

A 35-year-old woman is actually found to be suffering from 'compartment syndrome'. She often complained of leg pain. When being checked, she had severe internal bleeding and swelling in leg muscles. In the hospital, doctors had to cut off her pants to take them out of her legs. This injury kept her devoid of walking for a few weeks.

Some medical reports also revealed that women had abnormally high levels of creatine kinase enzyme in their body, which signals muscle damage and if not treated, in the long term, it may also affect the kidneys.

Skinny jeans are meant to add on to our beauty, not to change the way we are. The gift of our body is very precious, and we should accept it the way it is.

Clothing is designed to flaunt the shape we have, and not designed to build a shape we don't have by taking such risks.

Watch this video below.

Source: Peanut Daily