• Your body utilizes sneezing to eliminate infected cells, with each sneeze getting rid of over 100,000 virus cells.
• Watching yourself work out helps you move faster and more easily, hence the mirrors in most gyms.
• Talking on your cellphone as you drive impairs your brain more than drunk driving.
• You’re about 1 cm shorter in the evening than in the morning.
• Exercise actually relieves fatigue by increasing the flow of oxygen and blood around the body thus giving you more energy.
• Afraid on confined spaces? Sniffing a green apple help relieve claustrophobia.
• You can use a hot drink to cool down. You’ll feel hot at first, but the hot drink will trigger a sweat response and ultimately cool the body.
• Hand writing things helps them stick to your memory compared to typing.
• ATM machines have just as much bacteria as public toilets.
• Optimists live longer than those with a pessimistic outlook of life.
• Lack of exercise is just as harmful as smoking.
• 50% of residents in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, ride their bikes to work compared to less than 1% in America.
• Reading reduces stress by lowering cortisol and such other stress hormones by 68%.
• Playing a musical instrument or learning a new language stimulates the brain; boosting its cognitive skills and memory abilities.
• Spending time outdoors in nature reduces stress and boosts your mood.
• Journaling helps you manage your emotions and ultimately leaves you happier.
• Chewing gum helps you stay alert and relieves stress as well as anxiety.
• Chocolates contain antioxidants which enhance your skin by preventing UV damage and improving blood flow.
• Despite being freely available in sunlight, most people do not have enough vitamin D yet it is just as essential as calcium in bone health.
• The human cough and sneeze are faster than car at normal speed. A sneeze can be 100 mph while a cough averages 60 mph.
• Left handed people are at a higher risk of suffering from ADHD.
• Eye muscles move more than 100,000 times every day, making them the most active muscles in the body.
• The nose can ‘remember’ up to 50,000 different scents.
• The word ‘gymnasium’ is drawn from the Greek word ‘gymnazein’ which means ‘to exercise naked.’
• A kitchen sink contains more bacteria per square inch than the average bathroom.
• You burn more fat when you exercise on an empty stomach.
• The anticipation of taking a vacation uplifts your mood almost as much as taking the actual vacation.
• The blue light from your phone interferes with your sleep by restraining melatonin, the hormone that regulates your circadian rhythm – the sleep-wake cycle.
• Indoor air pollution can be just as harmful as external pollution. Elements such as mold, pet fur and dust can also result in respiratory conditions.
• Meditation slows down aging, alongside other health benefits such as reducing stress, improving memory and providing better sleep.
• Struggling with conspicuous scars? Massage is more effective in fading the scars than lotions and creams.
• Brushing your teeth immediately after a meal or drink softens tooth enamel particularly if the food or drink is acidic.
• Drinking water can aid in weight loss by making you feel fuller so you ultimately eat less.
• Kidneys filter the blood up to 300 times every day.
• Reusing a plastic water bottle can release micro-plastics into your water. Go for a reusable bottle; it’s good for your health and for the environment.
• Laughing 100 times is equivalent to 15 minutes of exercise on a stationary bike.
• Regular running strengthens your immune system and can boost your bone density.
• Want to burn calories as you sleep? Try sleeping naked. With no clothes on, your body is cooler, thus boosting the metabolism process.
• One of the simplest ways of reducing the risk of a heart attack is staying hydrated. Drinking 5 glasses of water daily minimizes your risk of heart attack by 40%.
• Stretching before a workout helps prevent injuries by boosting blood flow to the muscles.
• An averagely active person walks about 7,500 steps every day. This equates to walking around the sun 5 times in his lifetime.
• Regular exercise keeps your DNA young and healthy and ultimately increases your lifespan.
• Looking for healthy oil? Extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest oil on earth. It can be used for cooking, salads, skin moisturizing and even hair care.
• Women under 50 years of age require double the intake of iron per day compared to men in the same group.
• Cursing makes you feel better particularly when in pain. Feel free to swear the next time your toe strikes the furniture!
• Taking coffee regularly minimizes the chances of suffering from depression; particularly in women. One more reason to reach for your cup first thing in the morning.
• A good relationship with your family and friends strengthens your immune system and reduces stress. Take time out to spend with your loved ones; it’s good for your health.
• Your sweat is 99% water. Keep rehydrating to replace the water lost.
• The human jaw has the strongest muscle in the body and can exert a force of up to 200 pounds.
• Eating a banana boosts your moods and relieves anxiety. Bananas contain vitamin B6 which stimulates the production of serotonin which improves your mood.
• Cold temperatures can have a positive impact on your health. Cooling the body reduces inflammation, allergies and improves concentration.
• Do you want to boost your focus and memory before a test or a crucial meeting? Simply sniff rosemary and feel the instant effect.
• More than half the bones in the body are located in the hands and feet, accounting for 106 out of the total 206 bones in the body.
• High cholesterol is physically visible in your body. It is deposited under the skin to form conspicuous bumps. Such high levels of cholesterol puts you at risk of heart disease.
• One person consumes about 3 tons of food in a lifetime. That’s the weight of about 6 elephants! We’re also wondering where all that food goes to.
• In some parts of Malaysia, it is believed that bathing babies in beer protects them from disease.
• For each cigarette that you smoke, you reduce your life expectancy by 11 minutes.
• One cell of bacteria can multiply into millions of cells in less than 24 hours.
• The purpose of the eyebrow, it is believed, is to protect the eye from sweat.
• When you touch something, a message is relayed to your brain at a speed of 200 km/h.
• Avocado is actually a fruit, and has the highest protein content of all fruits.
• Honey never spoils. Its chemical composition allows it a possibly infinite shelf life. It has been documented that honey has been stored for thousands of years in still found in good shape.
• Trying to stop overeating? Mindful eating is the most effective way of regulating your portions. Focusing on the food and avoiding distractions as you eat helps you recognize the signs of fullness and stop eating.
• Sugary drinks are the single most fattening component of modern diet.
• Fruit juice is not always a healthier drink. Some fruits have a sugar content just as high as soft drinks. Go for vegetable juice instead.
• You will not achieve a flat stomach by doing sit-ups (crunches) since this workout only affects your abs as opposed to your core muscles.
• ‘Text-neck’ is now a medically recognized health condition. It refers to the strain exerted on the cervical spine when you regularly angle your head downward to look at your phone.
• When parents exercise regularly, they’re likely to raise similarly active kids with keen interest in physical activity and sports.
• Stress makes you gain weight. Cortisol, the main stress hormone, triggers food craving as well as storage of fat especially around the belly.
• Thyroid problems affect up to 70% of middle-age women. Most do not know it since the thyroid nodules are small and symptomless.
• Exercise is more effective than medication in relieving mild depression.
• Exercise can lessen the severity of chronic pain. It could be grueling at first, but some simple exercise guided by a doctor can improve mobility and flexibility.
• You burn 72 calories in a day by working while standing instead of sitting.
• An irregular sleeping schedule increases the chances of weight gain.
• A tick bite can make you allergic to red meat.
• Meditation boosts your mental health more than taking a vacation.
• The scent of apples can ease claustrophobia.
• Just 10 minutes of high-intensity daily workout can help you lower insulin resistance, reduce your body fat and improve your overall health.
• You consume up to 45 teaspoons of sugar every day indirectly; hidden in drinks, processed foods, foods and so on.
• Whether inhaling or exhaling, you only use one nostril at a time. Nostrils actually alternate every few hours, with only one working while the other takes a break. Go ahead; place a finger under your nose to ascertain for yourself.
• Men forget more easily than women. You probably suspected that already.
• Anxiety affects your sense of smell, making neutral scents unpleasant while bad smell gets even worse.
• Your blood consist 8-10% of your body weight; which is about 1.2 to 1.5 gallons of blood for an adult.
• Riding a roller coaster could help you pass a kidney.
• Expressing gratitude gives you an instant mood boost. One more reason to say thank you more often.
• Always waking up with under-eye circles? Try taking an antihistamine before sleeping and note the difference.
• Owning a dog lowers your stress levels. Turns out a canine friend is good for your health.
• Ginger is an effective remedy for indigestion, bloating and even menstrual cramps.
• Work related stress increases your chances of developing type 2 diabetes.
• Deep breaths help you lose body fat. As you breathe, fat is converted into carbon dioxide and exits the body through the lungs.
• Consuming red meat worsens body odor.
• Some people have an extra bone in the knee known as a fabella, and the number of such people has increased significantly over the years.
• Shopping after a yoga session helps you make better purchasing choices and avoid overspending.
• An average adult spends about 12 hours every month sitting on the toilet.
• Procrastination is an inherited behavior.
• Taking photos lags your memory. You’re more likely to remember details of an event/situation when you took no photos at all.
• Humans are the only animals with chins.
• You understand better when reading an actual book as opposed to reading on screen.
• Exercising when pregnant improves the baby’s brain function resulting in a smarter baby.

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