Risks In Routine: The Hidden Threats (9 PICS + 4 GIFS)

Posted in INTERESTING       8 Feb 2023       2031       5 GALLERY VIEW

Facial Piercings

 

Research shows that facial piercings can disrupt the facial trigeminal nerve. This nerve is what connects the central nervous system to facial sensations. Getting pierced in the wrong spot can trigger dizziness, eye misalignment, and loss of balance. This moreso goes for piercings of the cheek, forehead, and chin, and not so much the nose. I just liked the photo of this girl.

 

Skinny/Tight Jeans

 

Tight-fitting jeans have been a mainstay in the fashion world for quite some time now. Wearing tight jeans for too long can compress the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve and give you meralgia paraesthetica- leaving you with occasional numbness, atrophied tissue, heat sensitivity, and a stinging pain.

 

Laser Printers

 

Nearly 40% of laser printers release ‘toner clouds’ that can cause lung damage similar to cigarettes.

 

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Neck Ties

 

Wearing your tie too loosely can make your whole outfit look out of whack. However, when you tighten that tie up, be sure not to do it too tightly, as the constant intraocular pressure increases your risk of glaucoma.

 

Showering

 

While a nice hot shower is great, you might want to be sure you don’t take them twice a day or something wild like that. Showering too often can wash off important protective layers that, when gone, leave you more susceptible to illness.

 

Brushing Teeth

 

Brushing your teeth and flossing consistently is a must. However, it is recommended that you brush your teeth BEFORE eating food rather than just after. This is because the acids found in food soften your enamel- so brushing your teeth, especially if you do it too hard, can actually be damaging.

 

Running (for men)

 

Long distance running can cause some damage to your joints, but that’s not what we’re focusing on here. A combination of salt from your sweat and the fabric on your shirt (assuming you’re wearing one) can act more or less like sandpaper. Because nipples don’t callus, long distance running, sweat, and fabric can chafe your nipples so bad that they start to bleed.

 

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Sleeping with a bra

 

No woman that I know enjoys wearing a bra, but apparently there are women out there who sleep with them on. The extra pressure on your skin can lead to an increase in salivary melatonin levels which eventually leads to poor sleep, irregular periods, and illness.

 

Excess lights

 

We are exposed to a ton of light every day. However, fluorescent light exposure can be particularly bad for us. Constant exposure to this light can lead to headaches, anxiety, stress, E.D., and even cardiovascular disease.

 

Soap Dispensers

 

While it is important to thoroughly wash your hands every time you use the bathroom, public bathroom soap dispensers are often seldom cleaned and are crawling with bacteria.

 

Vitamins

 

Vitamins are important, but if you’re someone who takes their vitamin C in a chewable tablet, be sure that you chew it immediately rather than letting it slowly dissolve in your mouth. Why? Vitamin C is high in ascorbic acid and can damage your teeth.

 

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Boredom at work

 

Research has shown that people who constantly work ‘dull and boring jobs’ tend to develop a slower heart rate. This leaves them unprepared for physical shocks, thus making them more susceptible to heart attacks.

 



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Kiah 1 year ago
#8 protect your nipple with band-aid
       
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Ebbie 1 year ago
Kiah,

Serious runners wear protection!
       
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Woody 1 year ago
#7 Honestly, real dentists find flossing to be more important than brushing, and brushing is only needed to remove carbohydrate buildup. Brushing daily, too hard, or with the wrong brush/toothpaste can destroy the enamel they claim to save and the delicate floral bacteria needed for oral and digestive health. Bad breath is a direct cause of killing all the good bacteria. 36
       
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Woody 1 year ago
#6 Real dermatologists not paid by companies to sell products will say, bathe skin every other day with warm water (not hot), using soap only on areas that need baterial/dirt cleanup, and scalp every three days. Dry skin not caused by a disease is from removing oils with soap too often, just like leather needs an oil coating or it cracks and invites disease. Never use any "skin care" products you don't specifically need, since chemicals and other "natural" ingredients can also cause gummy buildup, clogged pores and irriation. But use SUNSCREEN!
       
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Woody 1 year ago
#13 scientists say lower heart rates increase life duration, but stress increases heart rates. So, balance.
       
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