All women should be informed about prevention of breast cancer. Certain risk factors you cannot control, but there are certain risk factors that we are aware of and consciously influence them with our everyday decisions.
Many physicists and scientists agree that the narrow and clinging bras may block the lymph nodes, which can be addressed to encourage breast because your body will not be able to release toxins that are exposed daily. Aluminum from antiperspirants is a potential source of dangerous toxins that accumulate in the lymph glands. There are many solid researches focused on the connection of bras and cancer, one of the best is made by anthropologists Sydney Singer and Soma Grismaher. The study involved more than 4,000 women, and has been shown that women who do not wear bras are less exposed to the risk of breast cancer.
The results include:
- 3 out of 4 women who wear a bra all day suffer the risk of breast cancer.
- 1 of 7 women wearing only a bra 12 hours a day suffers from the risk of breast cancer.
- 1 in 52 women who wear a bra less than 12 hours a day have is a risk of breast cancer.
- Only 1 in 168 women rarely wear a bra occurs risk of breast cancer.
According to the research, the link between bras and breast cancer is three times greater than the link between smoking and cancer.
Although this research has not examined the other risk factors, a Japanese research proved that wearing a bra lowers melatonin for 60 percent. The hormone is involved in the regulation of sleep, and it has anticancer properties.