Waist trainers have become increasingly, ignorantly popular due to celebrities displaying themselves wearing them or speaking about wearing them. The chase for that hour glass looking waist-line and body is not only disgustingly hideous to look at- but dangerous to ones life. Society has warp the minds of many of our women leaving them unsatisfied with their bodies, but that chase for perfection may just end their lives. On waist-trainers, one website reads their purpose:
Let’s start with the basics: what is a waist trainer? A waist trainer is a high-compression shaping garment that you wear around your midsection to slim your waistline instantly and supplement your fitness goals. Most waist trainers stimulate thermal activity in your core, making you sweat more with less effort during exercise. Waist trainer benefits include a more effective workout, improved posture, and dramatic hourglass curves—instantly.
We didn’t provide a link to the website detailing the purpose of a waist-trainer as we are not looking to provide support for you in buying this product. An idiot would know that a waist-line trainer has to be doing damage to internal organs as it is squeezing the waist and with ample pressure.
Kim Kardashian as a public figure has long contributed to the ignorance of wearing waist-trainers. It leaves those who look up to her and follow her trend in believing that waist trainers has to be safe, because Kim is wearing one. Doctors continue to discourage those who are thinking about using waist trainers and those who already are using it to stop. The dangers of waist trainers:
It can harm your organs in misplacing them and causing permanent damage
Can cause dehydration; dehydration can lead to fatigue, headaches and in some cases seizures.
Can cause difficulty with breathing.
Can cause your core muscles to be inactive