Tough Being A Man

Tough Being A Man

These days it is tough being a man!

In June, the medical journal Neuroradiology published a study demonstrating that a Windsor knot “tightened to the point of slight discomfort” could interrupt as much as 7.5 percent of cerebral blood flow. Reduced blood flow to the brain has negative implications for both productivity and creativity.

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“Razor burn” is the intolerable consequence dressing like a man?

This is your tough point logic in the debate of necktie or not?

Huh?

What?

Even as he walks along the road, the fool lacks sense and shows everyone how stupid he is. (Ecclesiastes 10:3)

One has to assume that the brain would notice.

[ Bonus Wisdom ]

By the way, men, if there are any left, when going to church on Sunday to worship the holy God He would appreciate it if you dressed like it.

 “A son honors his father, and a servant his master. If I am a father, where is the honor due me?

If I am a master, where is the respect due me?” says the Lord Almighty. “It is you, O priests, who show contempt for my name. “But you ask, ‘How have we shown contempt for your name?’ “You place defiled food on my altar. “But you ask, ‘How have we defiled you?’ “By saying that the Lord’s table is contemptible. When you bring blind animals for sacrifice, is that not wrong? When you sacrifice crippled or diseased animals, is that not wrong?

Try offering them to your governor! Would he be pleased with you? Would he accept you?” says the Lord Almighty. (Malachi 1:6-8)

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Article Reference

(nypost.com)—Even professional tailors — who argue that necktie discomfort is a clear sign of a collar that is too tight — admit that it’s difficult to get a perfect fit. “In my experience, a man’s weight fluctuates throughout the year and the first thing to change is his neck size,” says Nedo Bellucci, a men’s style consultant and owner of Italian tailoring service Bellucci Napoli. “So if you buy a shirt that fit you well in summer, it might not fit as well in the winter.” Moreover, the collars of most off-the-rack shirts will shrink after a couple of washes. Bellucci recommends buying shirts with slightly more allowance in the neck and staying in shape. But before you get too hot under the collar, Dr. Ronald Primas, a Manhattan concierge physician whose clients include numerous white-collar professionals, says he wouldn’t sweat the studies — yet. “In over 30 years of practice, I have never seen any issue with wearing a tie,” he says. And while there are physiological effects — namely slightly elevated blood pressure — Primas says it isn’t significant.