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Some Bad Habits That Are Good For Health

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Chatting, cracking knuckles, belching, bite nail… are considered to be had habits that positively affect health.

1.     Chatting

According to researchers from Rhode Island’s Brown University, America, spending 20 minutes on chatting about other people’s business prevent 96% people from being stressed and worried in the nexr 4 hours.

Women who spread good news realized that their anxiety increased 72% after 3 months.

Chatting stimulates the ability to connect peoples and helps the brain increase secreting hormones which are able to better the mood, reduce worries and stresses.

Spending 20 minutes of the day on chatting will help people reduce stress and tiredness.

Spending 20 minutes of the day on chatting will help people reduce stress and tiredness.

2.     Bite nail

According to a researcher studying immunity comes from Bart and the London NHS Trust, viruses we contact when biting nail can improve our immune systems except the hands are too dirty.

Viruses we contact when biting nail can improve our immune systems except the hands are too dirty.

Viruses we contact when biting nail can improve our immune systems except the hands are too dirty.

Our immune system work on memorizing and noticing the way to cope with viruses we met. When a virus attacks us twice, the immune system will find the memory about it to produce weapon against that virus. This is called immune memories.

3.     Belching

Belching is a natural action to discharge the flatus and this is a usual part of digestive activities; holding it back can lead to many issues. If you don’t belch, the flatus will remain in the stomach and make the valve that separate the esophagus and stomach expand, which allow the acid in the stomach go up to the esophagus, causing heartburn.

4.     Cracking knuckles

A big research studying on people who did and did not crack knuckles in the late 5 years found out that people who did crack knuckles are totally as fine as people didn’t do that. The knuckles of people who crack knuckles even become for flexible as they were tightened and have more activities that are required much strength.

5.     Chewing chewing-gum

Chewing chewing-gum can improve both short-term memory and long term memory.

Chewing chewing-gum can improve both short-term memory and long term memory.

Some latest researches showed that chewing chewing-gum can improve both short-term memory and long term memory.

According to a new research of Rhode Island University, chewing chewing-gum can also help the body slimmer. The research shows that chewing chewing-gum regularly can stimulate centers relating to the feeling of full in the brain, make us feel full and eat less. However, protect your teeth by using non-sugar chewing-gum.

 

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