Jun 22, Getty Images Old wives' tales would have it that sleeping with a bra on will cause your boobs to sag. But in contrast to that, iconic beauty Marilyn Monroe apparently used to sleep with a bra on every night in order to prevent them from sagging. So which is it? We asked Dr Seth Rankin, founder of private GP chain London Doctors Clinic for the definitive answer: should you, or should you not, wear your bra to bed? Rankin, delivering the news we all know but would probably rather not hear.
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Pinterest I sleep with a bra on every single night. No, I don't think they're the most comfortable things in the world, but Tyra Banks once said it's the secret to perky boobs and when Tyra speaks, I listen. There's also a legend that it was one of Marilyn Monroe's best-kept secrets. But I decided to go directly to the experts to decipher the fiction from the facts. First, it's important to understand what causes your breasts to droop. Sagging is caused by a combination of things. The loss of elasticity from aging plays a major role.
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Easier to keeps spine aligned Prevents wrinkles and sagging Worsens snoring and sleep apnea Can cause lower back pain Back sleeping provides many benefits, although one small study suggested that poorer sleepers tended to sleep on their back more often than those who enjoy higher-quality sleep. As long as you have the right pillow, sleeping on your back makes it easy to keep your head, neck, and spine in alignment. The right pillow should not tilt your chin too far down into your chest — you want to keep your airways open and your spine and neck aligned.
By Ashley Fern Sep 30, Having huge boobs may be great in the long run, but the daily living really wears you out, especially when it's time for bed. You've tried sleeping in a sports bra, but wound up suffocating yourself and you've tried sleeping with no shirt on and that was even worse. Will we ever know comfort? Probably not, but it is better than alternative, isn't it?