Amazing Good Habits for a Healthy Life with Questions [100% Free]

Amazing Good Habits for a Healthy Life with Questions [100% Free]
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We all know that sleeping too late and eating too much is not good for our healthy life. But there are a lot of unintentional day-to-day habits that do more harm to our health. Today we’re going to educate you on some of those wrong habits. If you make any of the mistakes below, stop it today.

1. What happens when you stopping sneezing?

Damaging Points:  Respiratory system, blood vessels, esophagus

The major role of sneezing is the removal of bacteria, virus and dust particles. So if you stop your sneezing, these are not removing from your body. Just think, what happens when a grenade is thrown into a barrel of solid metal, and its mouth is closed? The same effect happens when you stopping the sneeze. The full force of sneezing goes back and damages your respiratory system. It can also increase blood pressure and damage your esophagus. In conclusion, if you release your sneeze without covering or stopping it is a much better habit for your healthy life.

2. What happens when you using tooth-picks?

Damaging Point:  Gums

Dentists are rejecting the toothpicks. Because of that damages the enamel and gums. As well as teeth are very difficult to clean by toothpicks. Therefore, dentists recommend toothbrushes to clean the mouth. (But you should know the way how to use it)

3. What happens when Lower your face and sleep on the pillow?

Damaging Points:  To breathe, bloodstream, Backbones, Facial muscles

This Posture may be comfortable for you. But unfortunately, when sleeping this posture you will face very harmful situations. The neck will be positioned in an unnatural posture. As well as, blood circulation worsens and damages the spinal cord near the neck. As a result according to the doctors, sleeping in this posture can cause facial wrinkles and that wrinkles will never disappear again.

4. What happens if you removed the bark of the peans from the teeth?

Damaging Points:  Teeth and Gall

Lots of peans are useful and very tasty. But it is not a good idea to remove the bark of the peans from the tooth. Dentists have found that it can cause damage to the teeth. As well as People with gallbladder problems should not eat these peans. Because those peans contain more than 500 calories per 100 grams.

5. What happens if you bite some solid things?

Damaging Points:  Teeth, Gums, and Mouth

Many people routinely crunch those pencils, pens, pepper clips, and like this solid thing. But it highly damages your enamel. As well as the opening bottles in the mouth, biting ice cube and lolly-pops are getting damage to the mouth.

6. What happens when you delay pooping and Urinating?

Damaging Points:  Kidney, Urinary system and Intestines

A young man has been hospitalized after playing computer games for 10 hours without any break. As a result, doctors had told him that his intestines and bladder were swollen and were about to explode. Therefore If you delay pooping and urinating likes this, it can damage the muscles and cause urinary tract infections and constipation. Not only that those factors could potentially affect colon damage due to the effort and strain of expelling it later on.

7. What happens when you bathe in hot water?

Damaging Points: Skin Brain vessels and skulls

If you are bathing in hot water, you should stop it now. Because it will impair the function of certain glands in the skull. It also removes the natural oils, fats, and proteins that keep the skin healthy and robbing the skin’s natural moisture and balance. As a result, your skin gets red, itching and small blisters occur.

8. What happens when you always clean your face and eyes?

Damaging Points: Skin and eyes

If you have a habit of cleaning your face frequently, you are at risk of acne and many other skin diseases. As well as If you have a habit of cleaning your eyes. Similarly, if you wipe your eyes frequently, it can cause eye infections, swelling, itching eyes, and light sensitivity.

9. What happens when you always biting chewing gums?

Damaging Points: Stomach, Short-term memory.

There are several damaging effects when you always biting chewing gums. The chewing process causes stimulates the production of gastric juice which can cause stomach ulcers and gastritis. Furthermore, it will affect your memory. This will help you avoid sleepiness, freshen up and focus on tasks that require observation, but will affect your short-term memory.

10. What happens when you spend more time in the bathroom?

Damaging Points: Rectum, Anus and Total hygiene

If you’re usually using the phone in the bathroom, reading books or newspapers in your bathroom, in short, this fact applies to you. Sitting for more than 5 minutes to eject feces can increase the pressure in the arteries. So if you use a mobile phone in the bathroom, you haven’t any idea about the time which you spent. As well as it can also spread harmful bacteria.

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