Should you wear a bra to bed?

There's nothing wrong with wearing a bra while you sleep if that's what you're comfortable with. There are no peer-reviewed medical studies that point to any negative effects from sleeping with a bra. In fact, women with larger breasts who experience significant movement at night may benefit from a bra’s structured fit. “Some women have painful, lumpy breasts, and wearing a soft bra to bed can help limit breast movement while sleeping,” says Dr. Regina Hampton, a board-certified breast surgeon and founder of Breast Care for Washington, D.C.
It’s important to be sure you’re not wearing a bra that’s restrictive. To make sure your bra isn’t too tight, you should be able to slip two fingers between the band and your ribcage. Like a sports bra, a wireless bra
Makes your bra comfortable! Your breasts will thank you.