7 Everyday Habits That are Actually Very Dangerous for You Health – Stop Using You Phones in the Bathroom

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Sometimes even the most seemingly harmless habits might be so dangerous that a person can end up in a hospital because of them. That is why it is so important to make more research about even the simplest things you do.

And today, Nexter.org will give you more information about it.

Using a phone in the bathroom

Source: Time Magazine

Bad news for everyone who likes to spend quite a lot of time in the bathroom scrolling through their feeds on social media, reading books and newspapers. If you sit on the toilet for more than 5 minutes you increase the pressure on your veins.

Plus, we don’t throw away these things when we’re done – we take them with us and help bacteria to spread.

Reading in bed

Source: Pinterest

When you are reading while lying your eyes, neck and spinal cord suffer a lot. So, if you like to spend your time like this, there are some rules you have to follow.

  • Don’t read lying on your belly or on your side;
  • Don’t strain your neck and don’t curve your back;
  • Don’t keep your book too close to your eyes;

Washing your hair with hot water

Source: Mane Addicts

Some people think that the hotter the better but actually, hot water can cause headaches and dizziness and stimulates the function of the sebaceous glands, which means that your hair will get dirty really quick.

Sleeping on your stomach

Source: Health24

Yes, it is really comfortable but you have to put your health first, as sleeping on your belly is really harmful because blood circulation gets worse, breathing gets hard, the neck is in an unnatural position hence neck vertebrae are in danger.

Using toothpicks

Source: Central Avenue Dental

It is almost impossible to clean your mouth with a toothpick properly but it is very much possible to damage your gums. So, it would be much better if you use dental floss instead of toothpicks.

Stifling a sneeze

Source: T-Online

Sneezing happens for a reason and the process of sneezing is build this way for a reason as well. Your body has to get rid of bacteria, viruses, and dust particles and when you stifle your sneeze you not only prevent it from happening but also when the whole power of the sneeze goes back inside of you it can increase your blood pressure, damage your hearing and even esophagus.

Shelling seeds with your teeth

Source: Food to Live

Never shell sunflower seeds with your teeth because it will damage your enamel. Shell it only with your hands. Also, if you have gallbladder problems you’d better not eat them at all as their caloric value is more than 500 kcal in 100 grams.

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