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4 Normal Habits you didn't know could Kill you, Don't Ignore

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4 Normal Habits you didn't know could Kill you, Don't Ignore


There are some habits many Nigerians do on a daily basis that we may see as normal occurrences. These things are unknowingly harmful to our health, according to studies, it can even lead to death.


1. Cracking your Neck always

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Neck cracking seems to be the most efficient way to ease yourself of the pains you feel around your neck. But, do you know that this habit can lead to neck injuries and death by stroke. It is also called neck manipulation.


This is dangerous and can lead to stroke because when you crack your neck and by accident, an artery in your neck breaks, blood would then flow into the wall of the blood vessel.


2. Using earbuds to clean our ears

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Do you know the hair linings in our ears are responsible for producing wax in the ear? This phenomenon is very natural because the human body has been programmed to do so. This earwax protects your ear drums from dust.


This means that, having earwax isn’t dangerous to the body. When the Earbud is applied it pushes the earwax deeper towards the Eardrum and this reduces the level at which you can hear.


3. Biting your Nails

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While growing up, you will find out that most people engage in this dangerous habit that is very detrimental to the human health.


Do you know the nails take in a lot of bacteria and dirt as we go about our normal daily activities. This dirt in the finger contains E. coli and Salmonella which are bacterias that cause food poisoning and diarrhea in the body.


4. Skipping breakfast

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Many people take part in this habit which is popular among a lot of Nigerians. Do you know the early morning food helps to clear out the extra amount of acid which is produced in the stomach at nights.


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