Many girls in summer come to choose to shave their hair because it is unacceptable for them to look at the mane under the camisole. However, there is a saying on the Internet that “scraping hair is easy to cause adenocarcinoma”, it seems that the head is the road, but as long as you analyze it carefully, it is not difficult to find that it is actually full of loopholes.
Many rumors of idioms are first to propose a false premise, and then use a seemingly correct logical reasoning to draw a wrong conclusion. For example, this rumor firstly identifies that “the perspiration is blocked and the detoxification is blocked, eventually leading to cancer.” “.
It is difficult to find a suitable definition for “detoxification” in modern medicine. If carcinogens are considered “poisonous”, most of the toxins in our body are transported by the blood to the liver or the kidneys are clear. These “toxins” are either excreted in the feces via bile or excreted in the urine. It is impossible to talk about the “main detoxification areas such as the back joints of the knees, the back of the ears, and the armpits” mentioned in the rumors.
In addition to liver and kidney, lymph nodes are responsible for the elimination of bacteria or other pathogens in the body, as well as the removal of substances that are harmful to health. But the mechanism by which lymph nodes clear “toxins” is not sweating but immune-mediated, and metabolites eventually enter the bloodstream through lymphatic reflow. In fact, the lymph nodes are not directly connected to the sweat glands at all. The sweat glands are present in the skin, not in the lymph nodes.
Perspiration is a normal physiological process of the human body. It regulates body temperature, keeps the skin moist, and emits a small amount of metabolic waste. However, more than 99% of sweat is water, and the remaining few solutes include minerals, lactic acid, urea and other extremely small amounts of metabolites. Most of these solutes are derived from plasma, but the concentration is much lower than that of urine. Therefore, the so-called “detoxification” effect of sweating is very limited, and local sweating is difficult to cause significant effects on human metabolism.
It is not difficult to find out from the structure of the hair follicle that scraping the hair does not affect the structure of the sweat gland and does not hinder perspiration. The sweat glands include both excretions of sweat glands and apocrine sweat glands. The sweat glands are excreted throughout the body and open directly on the surface of the skin. The perspiration function is independent of whether or not the hair is scraped. The top sweat glands are distributed in the underarms, genitals, areola, etc. The openings are connected with the hair follicles, and the secreted sweat is relatively viscous. This secretion will form a special body odor under the action of bacteria on the surface of the skin. Seriously, we often say Body odor. Since scraping the bristles only shaves the hair on the part of the body surface and does not destroy the deep structure of the hair follicles, the secretion of the sweat glands in the top is also very limited. Many patients with odor even shave their hair, but the body odor is still strong. Don’t worry that syNeo will stop sweating by narrowing the sweat gland opening. While keeping the skin breathing normally, it will reduce sweating and is a healthy antiperspirant. Go to the smelly way.
Of course, it should be reminded that for those who physically remove the bristles, if the skin is damaged due to improper shaving, it is easy to cause infection and pore blockage, which may have a certain impact on perspiration. Therefore, it is best to use a clean and sharp shaving tool. It is also helpful to fully wet the hair before shaving and to use the lubricating product properly to avoid scratching the skin. Also, remember not to share the shaving tools with others.
Conclusion: rumors smash
The rumors of scraping hair and causing breast cancer are untenable in both arguments and conclusions. There is currently no clinical evidence to support the use of scraping hair to cause breast cancer, and no studies have shown that the location of breast cancer is related to scraping hair. Shaving mane is aesthetically good or bad, but according to current medical knowledge, people who choose to shave their hair don’t have to worry about negatively affecting breast health.