Strange Habits Can Prevent Some Diseases?

In modern human society, it is considered that such habits as finger-picking in the mouth, picking one’s nose among a huge number of people, gnawing nails, and farting – is not a decent and not a cultural matter.

Nevertheless, today very many of us simply do not adhere to such a feature and may simply not pay attention to all this.

Naturally, among the notable people such behavior can cause resonance in public opinion and do not invite you more to different events.

However, contrary to all that we know, the Canadian group of scientists conducted a very interesting study in which more than 1,000 people decided to take part. This study was not conducted for one year. It lasted about 10 years. And during this period of time, a lot of people also wanted to participate in it. So it was found out that it was to gnaw fingernails, according to their observations, it turned out to be very useful, since then a person is strengthening the body’s immune forces.

How useful is this?

The second feature of this study was that after a long observation of these people it was noticed that the general part of the group was much less susceptible to such diseases as asthma, chronic bronchitis, and the probability of pathogenic diseases was reduced. Funny and the fact that it is the babies, when they also suck fingers in the mouth, can self-soothe themselves, and also reduce some of the risk of diseases.

Naturally, Canadian experts do not call on the mass population to radically change their traditional habits of healthy etiquette, but I recommend that we pay attention to this phenomenon. In addition, in order to benefit from this ridiculous business was useful, it is recommended before the beginning of nail biting, thoroughly wash your hands.

Nevertheless, this type of medical workers, like dentists, could not refrain from commenting and gave their expert assessment. They warned that if you deal with this matter, a person may have problems with his teeth. In particular, it is damage to the enamel, as well as infection in the oral cavity.