While taking care of yourself may seem pretty intuitive — sleep when tired, eat when hungry, get a little exercise every now and then, many things we think are healthy can actually be bad for you. Bad habits are very hard to spot and correct when they seem like something we should be doing in the first place.
Unfortunately, bad habits have a way of accumulating. We pick up our health information as we go, from friends and family, TV shows, or the Internet. The info sticks and it affects everything we do from the moment we wake up to the moment we go to bed.
So, let’s take a moment for some reevaluation. It may come as a surprise to learn that some seemingly innocent habits can actually be detrimental. Take a look at the video below to see how you can tweak your routines to improve your health.
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