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#NoBraDay: Significance, health benefits, breast cancer signs

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#NoBraDay is an annual day to raise awareness and support for breast cancer globally

Many young people have paid more sensual attention to the 2023 celebration of #NoBraDay on social media instead of understanding the essence of the day.

Some women embrace the day as a political statement, while others prefer the comfort of discarding what they view as a restrictive, uncomfortable garment.

It is an annual observance on October 13 on which women are encouraged to go braless as a means to encourage breast cancer awareness.

Users on social media are encouraged to post using the hashtag to promote awareness of breast cancer symptoms and encourage gender equality. Some users on social media sites also encourage women to post pictures of themselves not wearing it.

Here are reasons why every lady should celebrate this unique day

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To create awareness for the dreaded terminal disease called breast cancer.

The 13th of October is set aside for women to go for breast examinations, as early detection can save a life.

Women who have been through a battle with breast cancer often have to wear a prosthesis to hide the fact that they’ve had a breast or breasts removed and are unable to go without a bra as a result. Spending the day without it encourages these women to fight breast cancer.

The health benefits of going include improved breast skin condition from dirt, sweat, pores, and irritations.

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Non-sagging breasts as your breasts get enhanced.

Not wearing it can strengthen your breasts and give them a muscular tone.

Some breast cancer signs are lumps, rashes, redness, discharge, and soreness around the nipples, as well as changes in the texture and look of the breast.

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