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Breast Cancer Prevention

Updated: Jun 7

Breast Cancer Prevention

Breast tissue has poor lymph flow. The lymph system balances the body's fluids and evacuates toxins, proteins, dead cells, and excess fluid from the extracellular spaces. The flow of lymphatic fluid works with our immune system to aid in eliminating toxins such as pesticides, heavy metals, and plastic residues that accumulate in your breast tissue. People who have breast cancer learn that it is important to exercise their arms. This simple act keeps the blood flow to the lymph nodes in the underarm area. The lymphatic system relies on physical movement to flow correctly. Underwire bras restrict blood and lymphatic flow.

Breast Cancer Prevention Tips:

Bras cross major lymph vessel pathways and cause breast lymph congestion and connective tissue restrictions if not well-fitted—large-breasted women who wear thin, strapped bras and underwear.

Going braless allows breasts to move the lymphatic fluid and allows the body to detox naturally. Dry brushing or massage is another excellent way to stimulate lymphatic flow. My facial massage works on the underarms, collar, face and neckline lymphatic system.

The band on the bra should be comfortably snug but not restricting. If it’s sliding around, then a tighter band is needed.

If the bra hurts and leaves indentations in your skin for long periods after removing it, don’t wear it.

Get professionally fitted for your bra. If you have sudden weight gain or loss, consider resizing your bra.

The breasts shouldn’t bulge out of the cups on the sides or top.

The wide strap provides uniform pressure.

Avoid push-up bras and underwire bras. (Comfortable sports bras).

Limit time spent wearing a skinny strap or underwire bra.

Wear different styles of comfortable bras,

Do regular stretching of the upper body and chest area.

Use non-chemical, non-toxic personal care products on your body and armpits.


For more information read "Dressed to Kill"

By Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer


Dressed to Kill
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