The Problem With Clothes

Clothing are everyday objects usually worn around the body to keep warm. In most cases, clothing is composed of fibers or synthetic materials, but over the years it has also come to include garments made entirely of animal skins and various other thin layers of material and natural resources found in nature, simply put together. Animal skins, for example, have been used throughout human history as primary clothing. Their softness, warmth and breathability make them excellent for clothing. However, these same qualities also make them uncomfortable, as the skin gets wet and matted in cold weather, and becomes rough and stiff when subjected to scrubbing and abrasions from detergents, chemicals and the like.


Because of this, nowadays, a lot of people opt to go “cloth” instead of animal-skin clothing, which they find more comfortable. Cloth is a general term used to describe many different kinds of clothing, not just clothing made of animal skins and other fabrics. Clothes generally come in three types, each classification based on their materials: wool, cotton, and synthetic. Some of the most popular fabric types today are denim, silk, cotton and so on.

When talking about clothing, lice may be a bigger concern than you think. Not only are lice an unexpected health hazard in many cases, but they can also be highly embarrassing. Children are often embarrassed by their hair and scratching it can lead to spreading of lice. As a result, some children don’t wear their clothing anymore, and some parents don’t let their kids wear anything untidy to avoid this embarrassing situation. Even adults suffer from embarrassment over the lice. They don’t want to be clean, they don’t want anyone else looking at them, they don’t want to go to public places because they feel dirty and they don’t want their clothes to be seen.