As we grow, we learn to eat healthy food, brush after food, avoid fatty foods and reduce some unhealthy choices in our lifestyle. Nevertheless, not all of these are strict rules as we may be fooled into thinking. Follow these health rules that are supported by science and abstain from those that are illogical.
Askiguru has discovered 5 Health Protocols, Even If Broken, Will Not Harm:
These 5 Health protocols, even if broken, will not harm:
1. Don’t Crack Knuckles
Cracking knuckles are considered to cause arthritis. There is no knowledge base evidence that links popping of fingers to arthritis. We all have been doing this and it has a very simple logic why we hear that sound. The cracking noise of stretching your fingers causes an air bubble to form between the joints. It is when this bubble blow out that you hear a cracking noise.
2. A Good Night’s Sleep Lasts 8 Hours
Medically a proper night’s sleep duration is recommended to be of 8 hours. However, it does not apply to everyone. Not everyone needs 8 hours of sleep. Some people run well on 8 hours sleep while others can hardly function without a nominal of a 9-hour sleep. The amount of sleep you want also rely on components such as illness, stress, physical activity and more. If you feel tired after sleeping, you apparently need more.
3. Don’t Read Under Dim Light
You may have been warned often by your parents to read under the light. Study shoes that scientifically it doesn’t cause a headache or permanent damage to your vision. But, yes you should not sit very close to a television. It will help you to reduce the strain on your eyes which is caused by close television watching. You must sit at a comfortable distance and take breaks often like in every 15 minutes.
4.Exercise – No Pain, No Gain
You don’t need to make an energetic attempt to the point of feeling pain or fatigued. Moderate-intensity human activity if done on a regular basis is sufficient to stay fit. There is no information to support that more activity will make you fitter. Workout at your own pace!
5. Avoid Red Meat
In abstinence, consumption of red meat can be healthy. A study at the Harvard School of Public Health found that the consumption of red meat increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, but actually it comes from processed food choices such as sausage, hot dogs and cold cuts. Red meat is a good source of iron and immunity-boosting zinc besides linoleic acid, a type of fat that may decrease cancer risk and reduce body fat. Choose lean meat and avoid anything processed.
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