Lifestyle Habits We Do Without Thinking About the Consequences

Sitting with Crossed Legs

Sitting with your legs crossed can lead to posture issues, as well as cardiovascular issues and nerve issues. Probably not worth it.
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Bird Feeding

Being close to city birds can expose you to a variety of contagious diseases. It might be fun and cute, but you could easily become sick.

Cheap Sunglasses

Cheap sunglasses are cheap for a reason: they don’t have the type of quality and craftsmanship to protect your eyes against the sun. I don’t even want to go into what can happen if your eyes get a high dose of UV rays. It’s not good.

Drinking Too Much Water

Most people don’t struggle with drinking too much water, but it is possible to overdo it. Believe it or not, over-consuming water can have a negative effect on your body. If you’re thirsty, drink. If you’re not thirsty, don’t.

Hot Water Treatments

Using a hot water bag when you’re having bleeding, abdominal pain, and other health issues, can cause harm. Use it sparingly.
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Microwave Popcorn

Prepackaged popcorn has a flavoring oil called diacetyl, which can damage your body. One way to avoid this is by waiting until microwaved popcorn has cooled down all the way before eating.

Eating at Your Work Desk

Your work desk probably has a lot of germs and bacteria you wouldn’t want in your food. Also, if you eat while concentrating on work, it can slow down your digestion process.

Footwear that Exposes Your Feet

Open-toed footwear can be comfortable and convenient, but it also increases the risk of damaging your feet and collecting more bacteria than your feet would collect with regular shoes.

Fat-Free Milk

Fat free milk has important vitamins and minerals removed, which renders it less nutritious. In addition, people who make fat-free milk typically add fillers that can be bad for your cardiovascular system.

Poor Posture

It goes without saying, but poor posture can have serious long-term effects on your spine and your nervous system.

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Bad Sleeping Positions

The best sleeping position is on your back, because it puts the least amount of pressure on your organs, skeletal system, and breathing. Be conscientious about how you sleep.


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