Dangerous fashion. What clothes are harmful to health

March 25, 2017, 11:00 a.m

Hair­pins, tight jeans, thongs… For the sake of beau­ty, we are ready to wear them. But you should not for­get about health, because there is a dan­ger­ous fash­ion. What kind of cloth­ing is inju­ri­ous to health?
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Skinny jeans

Skin­ny jeans are num­ber one on the dan­ger­ous fash­ion list. Doc­tors say that they inter­fere with blood cir­cu­la­tion in the pelvic area and pro­voke dis­eases of the gen­i­touri­nary sys­tem. And in addi­tion, they com­press the nerves that pass along the out­er part of the thigh. As a result — the appear­ance of pain, tin­gling and numb­ness in the legs. It is espe­cial­ly harm­ful to wear tight jeans paired with stilet­tos. In this case, the axis of the pelvis is shift­ed, which increas­es pres­sure on the nerves.
Tip: when unpleas­ant symp­toms appear, change tight jeans for more spa­cious ones. Or stretch jeans. They also favor­ably empha­size the fig­ure.

thong panties

The sec­ond in the rank­ing of unhealthy things are thongs. Yes, they help out when you need to wear some­thing tight. How­ev­er, the thin mov­able strip of the thong helps bac­te­ria from the rec­tum to enter the vagi­na. As a result, uri­nary tract infec­tions may devel­op. In addi­tion, thong lovers are more prone to hem­or­rhoids.
Tip: buy under­wear by size. If the thong is too tight, it will injure the skin. Do not wear such under­wear all the time. By the way, slips are a good alter­na­tive to thongs. They are not only com­fort­able to sit, but also almost invis­i­ble.

tight bra

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Doc­tors believe: due to wear­ing tight bras, blood cir­cu­la­tion in the chest is dis­turbed, and back prob­lems can also occur. A tight bra lim­its the mobil­i­ty of a cer­tain seg­ment of the spine. As a result, a func­tion­al block appears at the lev­el of the fas­ten­er. Over time, this leads to back pain. By the way, dur­ing the exam­i­na­tion, such blocks are found in 70–80% of women.
Tip: buy bras by size, change their mod­els more often (so that the fas­ten­ers are locat­ed at dif­fer­ent lev­els). Do not wear a bra for more than 12 hours a day.

shellac coating

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Now about the fash­ion­able salon pro­ce­dure. In fact, the appli­ca­tion of shel­lac itself is not harm­ful. Nails are more dam­aged when the coat­ing is removed. Some women do it on their own and there­by injure the nail plate.
Tip: before apply­ing the coat­ing, you must make sure that your nails are healthy. If the nail plates or cuti­cles are dam­aged, shel­lac can­not be applied. First you need to restore the integri­ty of the struc­ture of the nails. For this, there are spe­cial oint­ments. You need to remove shel­lac only with a spe­cial solu­tion, and best of all — in the cab­in.

Poor quality jewelry

The most harm­less, at first glance, jew­el­ry can cause a seri­ous aller­gy, which is man­i­fest­ed by a rash on the face and body, itchy spots, inflam­ma­tion of the ear­lobes, peel­ing of the skin. Most often, such a reac­tion is caused by nick­el, chromi­um, cobalt, molyb­de­num, which are part of the prod­uct.
Tip: choose only high-qual­i­ty “jew­el­ry” jew­el­ry, cov­ered with gold, sil­ver, rhodi­um. If you do not want to give up your favorite jew­el­ry, cov­er the part that comes into direct con­tact with the skin with a col­or­less var­nish. Remem­ber that stop­ping con­tact with the aller­gen is the main con­di­tion for the treat­ment of aller­gies of any kind.

And to learn how to prop­er­ly store jew­el­ry, watch our video.


Glass­es with tint­ed lens­es help you feel com­fort­able on sun­ny days. But you need to keep in mind: ordi­nary dark glass­es do not pro­tect from the sun. UV rays in them eas­i­ly pen­e­trate through the lens­es and cause severe dam­age to the eyes.
Tip: sun­glass­es must have a spe­cial coat­ing that blocks harm­ful radi­a­tion: ultra­vi­o­let A (UVA) and type B (UVB). The high­er their absorp­tion rate, the bet­ter. Buy glass­es only in spe­cial­ized stores and choose a mod­el with a pro­tec­tive abil­i­ty of at least 98%. By the way, many opti­cal shops now have UV testers that allow you to check the degree of pro­tec­tion of lens­es from UV rays.

Sneakers with rubber soles

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Sad­ly, these trendy shoes are bad for the feet, as they have no instep. The con­stant wear­ing of sneak­ers leads to flat feet, wear of the joints and increas­es the load on the spine, which is fraught with dis­eases of the mus­cu­loskele­tal sys­tem. Not to men­tion that the rub­ber does not allow the skin to breathe. Keds are a dan­ger­ous fash­ion.
Coun­cil: doc­tors rec­om­mend using sneak­ers only for sports. If sneak­ers are your favorite shoes, try putting ortho­pe­dic insoles in them. Keep in mind that with­out harm to health, flat-soled shoes can be worn for no more than four hours a day.

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