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Can I sleep in a chest binder?

We never have or will encourage or recommend sleeping in a chest binder. This is because a chest binder is a compression garment and sleeping in a binder could have potential risks including but not limited to restricted breathing, discomfort, skin i

Can I exercise in a chest binder?

Exercising in your binder can pose additional risks. We strongly recommend checking in with your doctor before binding during exercise or engaging in activities that may put your safety or health at risk

What should I be aware of before binding?

Safe binding means you’re making sure to listen to your body and what it’s telling you. Here are some things to watch out for when binding:1) Pain after less than 8 hours of wear2) Any kind of bruising, redness, or swelling, especially under your arm

Can I swim in a chest binder?

Like most swimsuits, our swim binder is made from a spandex/nylon blend. Here are some tips if for swimming while binding:

What are some tips for 'listening to my body' while binding?

Listening to your body is an ongoing process of paying attention to your physical, emotional, and mental state while binding. It's important to be aware of any discomfort, pain, or changes in your body that might indicate that your binding practices

Can I double-bind/wear two compression garments at the same time?

When it comes to binding, safety is the most important thing. We don't recommend double-binding (using two binders at the same time) or double-binding by using a binder layered with another compression garment like a sports bra. This is because a che