In this publication, we shall be sharing with you 5 ways you might be endangering your life without having the knowledge. But before we go into details, kindly do us a favour by clicking on the follow button so that you can get to read interesting, entertaining and enthralling articles like this, the follow button doesn’t bite. Thanks in advance.
Hence, the following are the things you really need to stop doing to yourself:
1. Staying/Living Alone For A Long Period Of Time
On the number one spot is staying or living alone, this encourages addictions a lot, this is when all manner of evil suggestions is made to individuals who stays alone. Aside from that, it can be very dangerous to human health. According to science, human beings are social animals, so naturally we’re expected to socialize. By the time people start staying alone, they tends to age very fast. You don’t want to look like an old individual even at a very young age. So desist from staying alone.
2. Excessive Masturbation
Masturbation is a common activity. It’s a natural and safe way to explore your body, feel pleasure, and release built-up sexual tension. It occurs among people of all backgrounds, genders, and races.
Some people can and do develop an addiction to masturbation. You may be spending too much time masturbating if masturbation causes you to:
– skip your chores or daily activities
– miss work or school
– cancel plans with friends or family
– miss important social events
Addiction to masturbation can harm your relationships and other parts of your life. Masturbating too much may interrupt your work or studies, which can lower productivity.
3. Excessive Alcohol
Drinking too much can harm your health. Excessive drinking includes binge drinking, heavy drinking, and any drinking by pregnant women or people younger than age 21.
Excessive alcohol use has immediate effects that increase the risk of many harmful health conditions.
These are most often the result of binge drinking and include the following:
– Injuries, such as motor vehicle crashes, falls, drownings, and burns.
– Violence, including homicide, suicide, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence among many others. Be safe!
4. Wasting Time On Social Media Platforms
In today’s world, many of us rely on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, and Instagram to find and connect with each other. While each has its benefits, it’s important to remember that social media can never be a replacement for real-world human connection.
It requires in-person contact with others to trigger the hormones that alleviate stress and make you feel happier, healthier, and more positive. Ironically for a technology that’s designed to bring people closer together, spending too much time engaging with social media can actually make you feel more lonely and isolated—and exacerbate mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.
5. Excessive time on Screens (TV, Phones, Laptops)
Prolonged periods staring at a screen also causes us to blink less, which results in dryness, irritation, excessive tears, a burning sensation and, often, headaches. Eye fatigue isn’t the only problem associated with screen time though, in my next publication, I shall be dwelling more on this.
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