Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Bra comfort is important for a woman’s overall health. A comfortable bra allows proper blood circulation to the breasts and provides adequate support that keeps them from sagging prematurely; however, as stated in an article published by Gloss.com, around 60% of women aren’t wearing bras that suit their body types—and of all women, those with ample breasts have the greatest problems owing to the rarity of well-designed plus size bras. Here are some bra problems plus size women usually face and tips to address them.
Friday, March 20, 2015
As women get older, their body starts changing. One of the signs of this is premenstrual syndrome or PMS, a condition characterized by a spectrum of emotional, physical and cognitive symptoms. It’s when women are in an emotional rollercoaster, experience fatigue, menstrual cramps, headaches and backaches, and crave intensely for sweet and salty foods. The most frustrating thing off all is bloating, caused by the body’s high water retention. In a nutshell, it’s a time when a woman is her crankiest self.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Having a plus-sized figure can be detrimental when looking for bras. A perfect fitting one gives you a flattering shape and boosts your confidence, so take time to find the right bra. Here are some bra problems plus size women must avoid at all costs:
Many bras worn by plus-sized women have a band too tight that it squeezes their rib cage. This creates compression that often results in breathing difficulty and restriction of circulation to the breast, which can damage the breast tissue. At times, the woman may feel like pins and needles are piercing her as the neuromuscular bundle of nerves on the chest are compressed. Since the straps bear the weight of the boobs, oftentimes, they dig on the shoulders, leaving ugly dents and creating back and neck discomfort.