Do you know there are guidelines all women should follow when it comes to their underwear and other privates? Women are more likely to get yeast infections when they neglect their bodies out of laziness or ignorance.
In this piece, inspired by a story on Healthline, we'll examine some of the bad hosiery practices that put women at risk for developing yeast infections. Relax and take in this article while you get some valuable knowledge.
According to healthline What are some common underwear flaws that put women at a higher risk for yeast infections?
One of the bad behaviors that may increase your risk of yeast infection is sleeping in the same pair of underwear you wore throughout the day. Yeast infections are more likely to occur in people who wear the same pair of undies to bed that they wore during the day. This is because yeast-causing bacteria and fungi thrive in warm, moist environments, such as under wet, sweaty underwear.
When worn soon after copulation, tight underwear increases the risk of yeast infection and urinary tract infections (UTIs). Reason being, doing so will encourage the spread of the Candida fungus in the genital area. To prepare your body for wearing underwear, you should urinate and then wait a while while wearing loose-fitting clothing so that air can circulate freely.
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