Choosing underwear – The modern woman has less of a problem choosing lingerie, though many models are not so safe.
Choosing the right underwear depends not only on comfort but also on health.
Linen made of synthetic fabric
Underwear should “breathe”. Doctors are categorically opposed to synthetic tissue underwear because it causes skin irritation as well as provokes diseases such as dysbacteriosis, gardnerellosis and lactation. Synthetics retain moisture, while a warm, humid environment is the best microclimate for the multiplication of dangerous microorganisms.
Wear synthetic linen only 1-2 times a week. Even during critical days, I do not recommend wearing it at all. Any panties should have a cotton swab in the area that directly touches the genitals.
The most damaging for a woman is tight lingerie. It causes blood clots in the small pelvis, can develop inflammation of the uterus, ovaries and appendages. In addition tight linens can provoke the development of bacterial infection. The skin has difficulty “breathing”, which can cause the uterus to constrict.
Studies have shown that women who wear a thong often suffer from cystitis. The point is that a narrow strip of tissue damages the mucosa. The result is a foci of infection that digs into the bladder. It is not worth giving up the string completely, although wearing it every day is not recommended.
Panties – Shorts
There is a certain danger posed by elastic panty-shorts, which are tightly attached to and attached to the body, which is harmful during varicose veins, as more blood accumulates in the blood vessels.
Colored and lace linen
Buy brightly colored linens only in specialty stores. A skin reaction to substandard dyes can be manifested by eczema or dermatitis. Lace can cause skin irritation. Lace underwear is not intended for everyday use. For everyday long wear, underwear that does not hold anything, does not irritate the skin and is made of natural fabric is acceptable. Bikini is safe in this regard. It is aesthetic and beautiful, does not allow dust and microbes to enter the body.