You probably can't wait to get home, unbutton those stifling bad boys, slither 'em down to your ankles, and toss 'em into the laundry basket after a long day of wearing them. We'll wait while you do it. It can feel like nirvana in those first few moments of pantslessness, much like it does when you take off your bra. It's akin to tugging loose those too tucked hotel bed sheets, or finally finding a rest break after a seemingly endless drive, or turning on the lights after watching a horror movie. You and we both know it. It's that much-desired sense of relief. Some (we) could call it liberation.
However, removing your pants doesn't merely provide relief from soreness after a hard day. It has the potential to be extremely beneficial to one's health. Whether you're thinking about switching to skirts and dresses permanently or just want to spend a quiet weekend at home without wearing pants, keep reading to find out what happens to your body when you stop wearing them.
1. You will definitely prevent against yeast infections when you stop wearing pants.
According to Everyday Health, tight-fitting pants and other types of form-fitting clothes, such as pantyhose, tights, and leggings, can keep the vaginal area warm and damp, which is a breeding ground for fungus. According to the US National Library of Medicine, a yeast infection, also known as vaginal candidiasis, is caused by an overgrowth of the fungus Candida albicans. According to WebMD, it can cause itchiness in the vaginal and vulvar areas, as well as irregular discharge.
According to WebMD, these infections are not uncommon, but wearing tight pants can make you more sensitive to them. This is true especially if your jeans are made of synthetic fabrics that prevent air from passing through (think: nylon and rayon). Thin jeans aren't extremely breathable, even though cotton is the best material.
2. Bacterial infections will be kept at bay when you stop wearing pants.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can affect any component of the urinary system, including the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. According to WebMD, such infections are characterized by black, murky, and strong-smelling urine, a strong desire to urinate (perhaps more frequently than normal), and a burning feeling when you do. They're pretty common, but they can be excruciatingly painful and necessitate hospitalization in some situations.
However, by avoiding synthetic or tight pants, you can help prevent these types of bacterial illnesses. Although tight clothes cannot cause a UTI, it "may give you a higher predisposition for a UTI," according to Blake Selby, a pediatric nurse practitioner at Children's Hospital of Orange County in California.
As a result, not wearing trousers is a good idea for the same reason that sleeping naked is often suggested.
3. You'll prevent unpleasant odors when you stop wearing pants.
Do you wish to have a cleaner, fresher scent? Wearing pants, especially those that are overly tight, such as yoga pants, is not recommended. That's right: Tight-fitting jeans can trap fluids and unpleasant items such as sweat, dead skin, discharge, and so on near your vaginal area. According to Medical News Daily, all of these can develop an unpleasant odor over time. Polyester and other synthetic materials make workout pants stretchy, sweat-wicking, and comfortable, but they can also cause odor.
4. You decrease your risk of skin irritations when you stop wearing pants.
Pants can be a headache to put on. They can induce vaginal pain, such as vulvodynia, an illness characterized by chronic pain in the external genital area, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Pants can also cause a plethora of other severe skin irritations, according to Cosmopolitan. Skin irritations include rashes and folliculitis, or inflammation of the hair follicles. According to Josh Zeichner, a dermatologist and the director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology, leggings, narrow jeans, jeans with a button clasp, and constraining apparel can all be uncomfortable.
5. Your Blood circulation may improve well when you stop wearing pants.
Have you ever twisted a hairband over your wrist or squeezed a little ring onto your finger? You may detect a bluish tint to your skin as a result of cutting off your blood circulation, and the same thing can happen to your body when you squeeze into clothes that are simply too tight.
Yes, tight pants can cause a slew of problems, as seen by the numerous stories of women who have ended themselves in the hospital after wearing them.
6. You won't be at risk for TPS when you stop wearing pants.
However, some types of discharge are unhealthy, and if the color and/or odor of your discharge changes, you'll know something's wrong. Tight Pants Syndrome (TPS), as coined by nurse practitioner Lisa Stern, might lead to unfavorable changes in your discharge.
[email protected] discharge is one of the most common TPS symptoms, according to Stern, which is "typically white, occasionally yellow, and generally thick" (via Glamour).
7. You'll Definitely get a superb sleep when you stop wearing pants.
A growing body of evidence demonstrates that sleeping without pants and naked is good for your health. According to Healthline, you'll fall asleep faster and have greater sleep quality, which will improve your overall health. Allow us to explain further.
As part of your circadian cycle, removing your sleep shirt and pants allows you to cool down and regulate your body temperature (your "body clock").
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