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10 bad habits that may actually be good for you

I am no doctor, so i won’t be recomending doing any of these things. 

But if you have any of these habits, don’t worry to much about breaking yourself of them. If someone asks just tell them i said it was ok.

Chewing gum can actually help you work more efficiently. The openning and closing of your mouth while chewing brings in more oxygen to help your brain work.

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Biting your nails exposes you to more germs, give or take how often you wash your hands. But that exposure to germs is actually helping build your immune systems. So it’s definitely gross, but it’s a good kind of gross.

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Complaining with a friend is a great way to let go of the stress you are holding on to and possibly even get some great feedback. This helps to develop a realistic outlook on life, rather than overly optimistic or pessimistic.

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Holding in farts and burps can have some negative side effects, such as pressure on your digestive system, heartburn, and bloating in your stomach.

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Coffee is the magic in the morning at helping us wake up, but it can also help in other ways. It is possible to burn fat, lower your chances of type 2 diabetes, and even reduce chances of Alzheimer’s disease.

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I’m someone who must constantly be doing something. I’m guilty of flipping my pen around my fingers and clicking them way too much. My knees are always bouncing up and down while I sit, and I will tap on every surface I get a chance to.

But these kinds of fidgeting can be good to burn small amounts of calories throughout the day (sometimes over 300 calories). You’re not burning enough to replace exercise, but it does help our metabolism to use up stored fat.

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Suffering from writer’s block? Maybe you just feel trapped in your mind and can’t think of anything new? Some studies say working in a messy room can boost your creativity by 28%.

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Yeah, I don’t like this one either. Apparently picking your nose, and eating it, can help with the immune system just like the finger nails. It also helps prevent cavities with the help of salivary mucins.

So dig away

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Showering definitely helps with how you smell, but it’s easy to overdo it. Your body naturally creates oils and healthy bacteria to prevent your skin from getting itchy, red, and dry.

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My biggest habit on this list, swearing is a great way to relieve stress, help you relax, and increase your pain tolerance.

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