A woman takes off her bra for a while. A few weeks later, she can’t believe how her breasts have changed! A woman takes off her bra for a while. A few weeks later, she can’t believe how her breasts have changed!
Nearly every woman wears a bra during the day, some even at night. You can find them in all kinds of shapes, colors and... A woman takes off her bra for a while. A few weeks later, she can’t believe how her breasts have changed!

Nearly every woman wears a bra during the day, some even at night. You can find them in all kinds of shapes, colors and sizes. But did you know that you don’t actually need a bra to make your breasts appear more voluptuous and attractive? What a lot of people don’t know is that squeezing your breasts into a bra can often have negative consequences on the attractiveness of your bust as well as on your general health. If you put away your bra right now, things will start to happen that you were probably never aware of.

1. Your cup size increases.

It’s not a joke: If you were to stop wearing your bra, you could go from being a B-cup to a C-cup after a while. You would start to use your chest muscles more, in order to resist the pull of gravity on your breasts. Of course, they won’t magically become fuller but it could very well be that they perk up in a natural way, making them appear bigger.


2. Your breasts get a nicer shape.

Many women believe that wearing a bra prevents their breasts from sagging. However, that is not always the case. A French study has shown that removing the bra can even lead to perkier breasts.

3. A healthier bust.

Bras aren’t necessarily bad for your breasts, of course. But in the same study, it was demonstrated that the wrong size bra could have many unpleasant side effects such as discomfort or shortness of breath. By ditching your bra, your blood flow improves, you end up using your pectoral muscles more and it’s more hygienic because body sweat that accumulates between the bra and your breasts usually forms a breeding ground for bacteria. By omitting the bra, you also omit this problem.

4. You’ll feel better.

A lot of women love that feeling when, after a long day at work, they can finally come home and take off their bras, especially if they are too tight and not very comfortable. Now, just imagine being able to enjoy this feeling every minute, of every hour, of every day. The feeling itself is reason enough to question the necessity of a bra.

5. Sleep disorders can disappear.

If you keep your bra on when you go to bed, and have problems falling asleep or sleeping through the night, your bra might be the problem. A study showed that wearing a bra can interfere with sleep patterns, which means that women get less sleep. This has to make you curious about sleeping braless at night, right?

6. You save money.

A stylish bra that sits well could cost you around $100. Of course, there are cheaper types of bras out there but the quality is never as good, and you usually end up needing to buy another new bra shortly after. With the money that you would spend on bras, you could save or invest in something you really need or want.

7. It improves your blood circulation.

Have you ever thought about what the tight elastic of your bra does to your body? Wherever this touches the skin, your blood vessels are pinched and blood can no longer flow as usual. This can have a negative impact on your overall well-being, leaving you feeling fatigued and lethargic. If you get rid of the bra, you might find yourself feeling more fit and alert!

There are cases where wearing a well-fitted bra is of course recommended, like if you take part in endurance sports or if you have a particularly large cup size. Otherwise, these seven advantages should make you reconsider wearing your bra so often, if at all!

Henry Okafor

  • Rosa

    2017-02-22 #1 Author

    This is great this page

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  • Maryori

    2017-02-22 #2 Author

    Very good this page, I love it.

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  • Chyna Gullens

    2017-02-22 #3 Author

    I love this page a lot of details & information. The article I just read was very interesting can’t wait to read more

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  • Azalia Shai’na

    2017-02-22 #4 Author

    This actually helped me and I’m going to look into it.

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  • Markita Cole

    2017-02-22 #5 Author

    Yess it’s weird how much my breast change in weeks at time

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  • Deidreana Jasper

    2017-02-22 #6 Author

    I must try this. I’ve been having issues with my breàst for years. I hope this works because this is so helpful!!

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  • Sydney Ross Singer

    2017-02-22 #7 Author

    I am a medical anthropologist breast cancer researcher and co-author of Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras. This article should also have mentioned that wearing tight bras for long hours daily is a leading cause of breast cysts, pain and cancer. In fact, bra-free women have about the same risk for breast cancer as men, while the tighter and longer the bra is worn the higher the risk rises, to over 100 times higher for a 24/7 bra user compared to bra-free. If a bra leaves red marks or indentations in the skin then it is too tight. To see if your bra has been harming your breasts, try going without a bra for one month. Your body will know the difference. For more, including references to numerous studies which support the bra-cancer link, go to my website BrasAndBreastCancer.org.

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  • Charnita

    2017-02-22 #8 Author

    I did not know all this information! It is very interesting and good to know. I’m going to try and wear my bra less now.

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  • jackie rodriguez

    2017-02-22 #9 Author

    I breastfed both of my babies and this information really helped me on how not to get saggy breast.

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  • nene

    2017-02-22 #10 Author

    great information, maybe i should change how i wear them now!

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  • Taelor

    2017-02-22 #11 Author

    This is great information

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  • Mariya Ivanova

    2017-02-22 #12 Author

    I like this page! All information is very interesting and I like to read and know everything.
    Thanks

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  • Alexis

    2017-02-22 #13 Author

    I just learned something new

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  • Shakeithia Crowder

    2017-02-23 #14 Author

    I never knew that going without a bra had so many benefits.

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  • Trezure

    2017-02-23 #15 Author

    Thanks for this article it helped a lot!!!

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  • Kayw

    2017-02-23 #16 Author

    This is true. I tend to not wear a bra & my boobs sit up a lot better than all my friends that do.

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  • Danielle

    2017-02-23 #17 Author

    I didn’t know any of this. I will definitely look into this.

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  • Olivia Nichol

    2017-02-23 #18 Author

    I stopped wearing my bra in the evening, because it was causing bruising/discoloration under my boobs (I’m a 38H, they’re heavy) and after reading this article, I think I’m going to let my sistahs fly free more often throughout the day.

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  • Shay Jordan

    2017-02-23 #19 Author

    I’ve had this done before

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  • Kethearia Jordan

    2017-02-23 #20 Author

    Very great page, with interesting stories.

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  • Cheyann Walker

    2017-02-23 #21 Author

    I loved this learn new things everyday 🙌🏽

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  • Ashley Jones

    2017-02-23 #22 Author

    Great Read I’m glad I now this but it’s sad for others now I’m never wearing a bra lol

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  • Arianna

    2017-02-23 #23 Author

    This is amazing but I know it doesn’t work after breastfeeding

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  • Ashley vilneus

    2017-02-23 #24 Author

    I Love This Page

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  • Arianna H.

    2017-02-25 #25 Author

    Wow, so if I don’t wear a bra, my breast could grow? Never knew that going braless has many wonderful effects.

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  • Kevin

    2017-04-30 #26 Author

    I think the idea is great, but should be backed up with at least an author or more detailed source. Who is Henry Okafor? Again, the idea is probably true but if no source, it’s not gonna be too believable for most. Cheers.

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