Surprisingly, it’s very possible that the choices you make in your wardrobe are working against your good health.
Bear in mind that designers aren’t in the business of making clothing safe. They’re in the business of making them attractive to the consumer.
1. Wear lower heeled shoes. As researchers delve further into the impact of high heeled shoes on physical health, more and more are concluding that they are indeed damaging to the lower back and feet over the long run. To avoid running into any issues with pains or other conditions, follow these tips:
2. Balance skirts and pants. For women especially, wearing pants all the time can result in a buildup of moisture, which in turn can encourage the growth of bacteria. In order to avoid putting yourself at risk of bacteria, alternate between pants and skirts or dresses during the week.
3. Wear breathable fabrics. In line with balancing pants and skirts is wearing breathable fabrics. Again, not allowing your body to access as much air as it needs can result in excess moisture. In some cases, that can lead to infection, and in other cases it can lead to body odor.
4. Wear pantyhose less. When worn frequently, pantyhose can cause poor blood circulation, which has its own set of side-effects, including:
It’s a very nice feeling to be able to look stunning. You feel good about yourself and others notice how well put-together you are. But there also comes a time to consider your physical health and well-being.
Your wardrobe can make a big impact on your health. Keep these tips in mind when you’re getting dressed in the morning. When you shop for new clothes, make wise choices that support your good health. Your body will be glad you did!