Going braless can be a challenge for most women because they tend to be criticized for it. “Your nipples are showing”, “You look unprofessional”, “Your breasts will sag”, are just some of the things both men and women tell the ones who choose to ditch their bras. But there are many benefits of going braless that will make you forget about those rude comments.
Your breasts will get stronger
All those people telling you that if you don’t use a bra your breasts will get saggy are wrong. There have been many studies that have proven that using a bra doesn’t give your breasts any benefit medically, physiologically or anatomically speaking.
In the contrary, one benefit of going braless is that your body naturally develops more muscle tissue to support your breasts and make them perkier. However, you must start doing this early in your life; otherwise your breasts won’t have the proper time to get stronger.
Not wearing a band around your ribs so tight that it leaves a mark actually helps in blood circulation. Between the benefits of going braless is that blood flows freely all around your chest and back. This helps keep the skin and the muscles more firm and in constant development.
Of course, the most important benefit of going braless is that you get to be comfortable all day every day. We all know how liberating it is to get home after a long day of work and unclasp our bras right after closing the door, Why not feel like that all the time? You won’t be constricted by straps, underwire or tight straps anymore.
Some people may say that specific bra styles or brands are better and more comfortable. But the truth is that there is nothing like actually having your breasts out of confines. Plus, bras can be very expensive, so if you choose to go braless you won’t spend as much money on them.
Remember that in the end, it’s your body and your decision whether to wear a bra or not. It all depends on how comfortable you feel and what kind of activities you will be doing. If you are going to the gym and you are afraid of your breasts hurting at the end, it’s alright to wear a bra. For low impact day to day activities, however, it is more comfortable going braless.