Never believe these 5 misconceptions related to health, It may cause harm
Posted : April 25, 2019
Category : Physical
By : Writer
People do a lot to get good health. According to a survey, a common person spends an average of 12
percent of his annual budget to gain health. But it is worrisome that we have wide variety of myths
and confusion about the health and related information between us. Worldwide research and
health-related articles keep us away from such delusions. So let’s go and get some new information
and put away the misconceptions associated with health.
Many people believe that people get sick more often in cold weather, while studies believe that in
cold weather the diseases spread less relatively. Not only cold weather or cold things make people
less sick, but other factors and causes too.
Do not kneel
Elder people believe that we should use neem kneel to clean teeth. This assumption is wrong, there
has been a lot of change in the food habits of earlier and now. Therefore we should use the soft
brush to clean our teeth.
Hard things should not be eaten
It is wrong to think that there is no need to eat hard things in the food. Sometimes the hard things
like sugarcane, guava should be eaten. Due to these hard eatables teeth become strong and the
exercise of the gums and jaw take place too.
Blood donation leads to blood loss
If you think that by donating blood, there will be a lack of blood in your body, then you are thinking
completely wrong. Blood is supplied within 48 hours of blood donation. Not only this, if you are
completely healthy you can donate blood once every three months without any health problem.
Heat comes out of the body
This is not the truth. The heat of the body emerges from all the organs of our body which we have
not covered with clothing, whether it is a head or any other part of the body.
Drinking milk creates cough in the chest
This is not scientifically certified. During a study, researchers found that many patients with viral
fever voluntarily drank milk in very little amount. Researchers found that there was no cough in the
body of any of the patients drinking milk and neither did this cause congestion (blood clotting).