Dec 13, 2011 ... 14 Creepy Ways What You Wear Could Be Hurting Your Health ... essential to
staying healthy, but the clothes on our back might be just as much ... 15-17
percent of body weight (that's 18 pounds for a 120-pound person or 30 ...
May 5, 2015 ... Your high heels, shape wear, bras and pencil skirts may be causing ... Any
clothing or shoes that change your range of motion or your body's shape (think ...
And since back pain is the leading cause of disability in Americans ...
From skinny jeans and body shapers to way-too-tight neckties and that itchy wool
sweater, some of ... Read on for some ways your clothes might be hurting you.
Dec 3, 2013 ... And we're not just talking about your sore feet after a day of wearing ... “fast
fashion” isn't just bad for workers, it can also be bad for your body.
Oct 1, 2014 ... Wearing high heels too often can be bad for your feet and bad for your back. ... on
the body, with the shoulders rounded and slumped,' says Mr Hutchful. This is a
common cause of neck, upper back and shoulder pain.
Jul 14, 2012 ... And research suggests that tight clothing can cause all sorts of other health ... If
you're not comfortable, if your body is talking to you, listen because it can save
you a lot of ... At Least 1 Killed, 3 Hurt In NYC Crane Collapse ...
Sep 28, 2015 ... Trendy clothes that look good may be unhealthy. ... And when you can't take a
deep breath, your body and brain miss out on much-needed ...
Dec 16, 2012 ... You should probably avoid wearing the following common clothing ... the human
body, we're coining a new term right now: "nerve-murdering leg-pythons. ... you're
really getting the short end of the pain-pants stick on this one. ... So if you
damage your trigeminal nerve, it can mess with how your brain works...
Mar 19, 2012 ... Squeezing Into Your Clothes Can Cause Health Issues, Doctors Warn ... “The
pain and discomfort, for some patients, it's very uncomfortable, and so they ... If
you wear body shapers, remember they're made for smoothing, not ...
Apr 29, 2015 ... The keys to having the body you want are, of course, working out and eating right
. But how you dress can help—or hurt—your physique, too.