Skinny jeans, indirect killing
As early as 1958, there were American newspapers saying: “90% of American youth wear jeans everywhere – except for the bed and the church.”
Today, jeans have become a classic clothing that is popular all over the world.
According to statistics, nearly 90% of the world’s people have at least one pair of jeans.
Americans have 8 pairs of jeans and 11 young people.
Young people aged 16-24 wear jeans more than four times a week.
According to the “2007 Global Denim Summit” held in Shanghai on November 13, the Chinese included 4 pairs of jeans.
A survey of 3,700 women by China Ruili Women’s Network found that 45% of people actually have 10 jeans.
However, this popular jeans is questioned in health.
The Ningxia Health Education Institute recently published the “Health Education Reader for Urban and Rural Residents” and even referred to them as “Jeans Syndrome” to remind people to pay attention.
A few days ago, the Canadian Medical Journal reported that Dr. Parma of Ontario, Canada, believes that low-rise skinny jeans will squeeze the sciatic sensory nerves and cause an abnormal feeling of skin tingling in the thighs.
Mort, a neuroscientist at the University of Kansas, said that he has seen fewer than 1,000 such cases in the past 20 years.
“This is not a serious illness. 95% of people do not need treatment. If you put on loose pants, the symptoms will disappear on your own.
Overall, skinny jeans are also associated with some gynecological diseases.
Professor Zhu Lan of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Peking Union Medical College Hospital told the reporter that because the jeans fabric is not breathable, it may make female endocrines difficult to discharge, causing gynecological diseases such as vulvitis and vaginitis.
In addition, in the summer, the metal buttons of the jeans are in contact with the skin of the abdomen continuously, which is likely to cause contact dermatitis.
For men, jeans are even more “sinful.”
A study by the Department of Urinary Chemistry at the University of Iowa University in the United States suggests that often crossing tight jeans may result in a decrease in sperm count.
Yang Dazhong, a sexual medicine department at Yuquan Hospital of Tsinghua University, told reporters that wearing tight jeans for a long time may lead to scrotal eczema.
This is because the optimum temperature for lactic acid pills is 35.
5 to 36.
The jeans tightly bind the scrotum and the retinal pill, which reduces local heat dissipation and increases the temperature of the retinal pill, which hinders sperm production.
Of course, as long as you pick the right pair of jeans and pay attention to your life, the above terrible diseases will not easily “find the door.”
The first thing to consider is the version.
The version that suits you should be worn, and there is no place anywhere in the body that is uncomfortable or even close.
When trying on, after lifting the button, lift the plug to your chest to see if it is comfortable.
This way, the fabric.
The fabric of the jeans is elastic and breathable. It does not hinder the choice of Galaka. Its elastic fabric is both fit and comfortable.
Again, model number.
When you try on it, kneel down and look at your back from the mirror. If the hips are mostly exposed or there are more than three cross-sections on the abdomen, the jeans are too low or the size is too small.
Finally, don’t wear it often, you should replace it with some loose cotton pants.
In addition, the experts also made a suggestion from the environmental point of view: the latest French research pointed out that each pair of jeans is made of 600 grams of denim, 38 grams of polyester sewing, with 6 copper nails and 1 button.
If you wash, dry and iron the washing machine every day, you will waste 240 kWh per year, which is equivalent to illuminating 4,000 60-watt bulbs.
So the best way is to buy a pair of cotton jeans, then wear it every week for two days, wash every 5 days, and air dry.
Some experts pointed out that people now buy too much clothes, which causes waste of raw materials and must also cause global warming.
Therefore, if you can control the desire to buy clothes, change the way you dress, and re-work the wardrobe, you can contribute to the environment.