These Unexpected Normal Habits Are Actually Good for Your Health

11Chewing gum boosts memory

Yes, chewing gum actually has a ton of positive side effects. The positive side includes a boost in memory as well as it improves decision making and alertness. It is suggested that students should chew gum while in class taking notes. Studies have shown that chewing gum actually helps to decrease the feeling of stress as well as it reduces levels of the cortisol in our bodies.

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12Sleeping in reduces the risk of heart attacks

Yes, waking up early can be bad for you and what was considered to be a sign of laziness – sleeping late is actually good for your health. According to studies people who wake up early have a higher risk of developing high blood pressure and more of a risk to stroke, heart attack, and hypertension.

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13Being messy boosts creativity

Yes, believe it or not, but being messy and disorganization can actually help you be more creative. There have been experiments held at the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management which showed that people with messy rooms were more creative than the ones who had neat and tidy rooms.

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14Showering every second day

Showering every second day can actually have a good influence on your body. Showering daily and with hot water can easily dry out your skin and cause wrinkles to appear. But, if you skip a day and shower your skin will stay healthier and softer. This is because the day you do not shower is the day your body can produce its natural oil that rejuvenates the skin.

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15Gossiping is good

We have been taught that gossiping is bad but did you know the positive side effect of gossiping? Studies have shown that gossiping not only improves our bond with people and friends by also reduces anxiety and our stress levels. It has also been discovered that our friendships also grow thanks to gossiping.

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