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Surprising Benefits of Breaking Bad Habits

Cut the sweet treats to Reduce Wrinkles

  • When it comes to developing wrinkles, sweet sweets, sun exposure, and smoking are regarded to be the main contributors.

  • According to scientists, when blood sugar levels are raised by eating sugary meals, a process called glycation begins, which hardens the naturally springy collagen in your skin, causing wrinkles and drooping.

  • You may be helping your skin as well as your waistline by limiting your sugar intake.

Quit smoking to Improve Memory

  • To quit smoking offers a number of well-known benefits, but one of the less well-known is better memory function.

  • Northumbria University researchers discovered that smoking causes people to lose one-third of their daily memory.

  • In the study, it was discovered that smokers scored much worse on memory tasks than non-smokers.

Get rid of junk food to Make Yourself Happier

  • Junk food may offer you with immediate gratification, but it may not be doing much for your overall happiness in the long run.

  • According to a study published in the Public Health Nutrition Journal, people who eat fast food frequently are 51% more likely to develop depression.

Drink less fizzy drinks...Your Teeth Will Thank You

  • Switching to water instead of soda will give you something to smile about: Sugar and acid will no longer eat away at your dental enamel. The average soda has a PH of 2.5, which puts it on par with lemon juice in terms of acidity.

  • “Enamel is the first line of defense for your teeth — and once the enamel wears off, your teeth become susceptible to decay and eventually tooth death,” says Dr. Rodriguez-Lopez. “You can’t get enamel back once it’s lost, either, so you need to preserve the enamel you have.” Cutting out soda spares your enamel, which protects your teeth from decay.

Balanced Hormones For Women going caffeine-free

  • Women may especially benefit from going caffeine-free. Caffeinated beverages like coffee, tea, and soda can alter estrogen levels.

  • A 2012 study found that drinking 200 milligrams (roughly 2 cups) or more of caffeine per day alter your estrogen levels.

  • Caffeine has also been shown to worsen certain menopause symptoms.

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