4. Heavy earrings and necklaces
According to recent studies, 20% of all ear piercings develop a bacterial infection. Plus, if a procedure was carried out incorrectly, it can lead to the spread of infection in the future and put your life at risk. The use of large and heavy earrings often cause damaged earlobes, a problem that requires plastic surgery to be fixed.
The same thing with necklaces. A heavy one can cause neck pain and even difficult-to-treat contractures.
Women are not the only ones who suffer from their clothes. According to a Cornell University study, 67% of men buy shirts that are smaller than their necks.
As a result, small shirts and tight tie knots reduce blood circulation, increase intraocular pressure, cause headaches, limit neck movement, and increase muscle tension in the back and shoulders.
6. Poorly fitted bras
The wrong bra size or poorly fitted bras can cause numerous problems such as back, shoulder, and spinal pain.
Every time you buy a bra, try it on before leaving the store. If you have big breasts, avoid wearing bras with thin straps. If you have a smaller bust, make sure that the metal underwires don’t damage your skin.