Drinking lots of water: Adequate water intake prevents kidney disease, keeps the digestive system healthy, improves moods, and keeps skin moist. But drinking lots of water may cause water intoxication. Water intoxication, which is also known as hyper hydration, is the fatal disturbance in brain function that results when the normal balance of electrolytes in the body goes outside the safe limits by over hydration.
You wash your pillowcases weekly: It’s good to wash your pillowcases every week but do you remember when was the last time you actually bought new pillows or washed the ones you have? If you can’t remember, it is a problem. Bedroom is where you’ll find the greatest number of dust mites and pillows can be a breeding site for them.
Drinking bottled water and drinking water in a plastic bottle: Bottled water is not healthy than what comes out of your purifier. In packaged products, you may not always know what you’re getting. And furthermore there is a connection between BPA consumption and health issues like cancer, hyperactivity, and obesity. So to limit your BPA intake, avoid plastic water bottles. And also if you are chugging from plastic vessels, you may be unknowingly consuming chemicals that could make you sick.
Exercising rigorously before an upcoming event: Setting up an ambitious exercise goal is very good, but going crazy by doing too much of workout can backfire and lead to injuries. It’s good to challenge yourself but don’t make your exercise session so strenuous that it prevents you from sticking to a regular exercise routine later on.
Drinking diet soda: Label on the diet soda doesn’t look bad, no calories, carbs, fat, or sugar. But soda, an acid, actually erodes teeth, even if it’s sugar-free, and there’s some evidence that sugar substitutes could actually lead to weight gain.