Top Common Habits That Do No Good For Your Health And Wellbeing

Top Common Habits That Do No Good For Your Health And Wellbeing

As you might have heard many times by now, time means money. However, saving time while harming your health only makes you have less time to live. Take a look at the next habits that you should give up right now for a healthy and long life. In this article, we’ll show you the top common habits that do no good for your health and wellbeing.

Top Common Habits That Do No Good To Your Health And Wellbeing

Do not show up to work sick

This self-destructive habit puts every coworker of your at risk as well. You can spread the infection, some people can have it worse than you, and you will be left with doing their work as well. While sick, you are not able to concentrate so the quality of your work decreases, and if you do not treat your sickness by giving your body a pause, it will take you more time to recover.

You should not eat while working

If you get distracted by a show or by a load of work while eating it will make your body want more calories and this way, not only you will gain more weight, but you are eating more than you body actually needs as distracted eaters tend to desire more food.

Bad posture – bad neck

If your neck hurts because of all the time you spend in front of a screen, you suffer from what professionals call “text neck.” The muscles of your neck are under so much distress when you do that because they need to support your about 12-pound head, so that is why your neck is sore.

Stop sitting on your wallet

If you keep your wallet in your back pocket and do not take it out when you are sitting, you will begin suffering from Piriformis syndrome, or “fat wallet syndrome.” Your sciatic nerve gets compressed, and your hip and back muscles start to spasm.

Asheley Rice

I am a pop culture and social media expert. Aside from writing about the latest news health, I also enjoy pop culture and Yoga. I have BA in American Cultural Studies and currently enrolled in a Mass-Media MA program. I like to spend my spring breaks volunteering overseas.

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