These Unexpected Normal Habits Are Actually Good for Your Health

6Eat foods that make you feel good

This doesn’t mean that you get all your meals at McDonald’s as they make you happy. This means that you should eat those foods that don’t make you feel bad after eating them. If you have to question your diet after consuming food you shouldn’t eat that as they don’t make you feel great after eating.

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7Using social media

Believe it or not but there are many positive aspects of using social media. Not only does it keep us in contact with our friends and loved ones but it also provides us with an emotional connection and support. We feel connected to society using social media and we get an emotional boost after being on it with our friends and family.

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8Burping is good

Burping is something many people find gross and disgusting but in reality, it actually helps out our bodies. It is actually part of our normal digestion and helps us maintain good gastric health by getting rid of unwanted gases that have collected inside our stomachs. Burping after meals actually helps in relieving stomach pain.

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9Cold showers vs hot showers

Did you know that cold showers improves blood circulation and can also help in weight loss? Yes, cold water on our body will improve your blood circulation and can also increase the levels of glutathione. It also lowers blood pressure and promotes fat burning activities. So, next time opt for a cold shower rather than a hot one.

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10Swearing helps reduce stress

If you’ve ever seen a clip of chef Gordon Ramsay on YouTube you’ll hear him swearing. Many people, especially our parents will tell us that swearing is wrong.  But, a study that was held at Keele University’s School of Psychology suggested that swearing is actually good for our health. But, don’t overdo it as it will lose all emotional attachment and will be just swearing.

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