1. - Count to 10 when angry
To temper the nerves, count to 10 and breathe slowly and deeply between each number. This simple technique can help you master your temper and avoid shorting mind.
Having distracts your mind in this way get some time to distance yourself from the problem or situation that is getting on your nerves. Keep track and deep breathing until you calm down and regain control.

2. - Put the cloth in the microwave in the kitchen
The toilet bowl may seem the place of the house more germs of the home, but studies have shown that the kitchen mop tops the list, beating by a landslide to other parts of the house like the kitchen sink, the bowl of the pet or the shower drain.
To stop the spread of germs and disinfect the cloth, make sure it is wet, please enter it in the microwave for 30 seconds each night, or put in the dishwasher

3. - Ponte sunscreen all year
Put sunscreen regularly protects the skin from the visible signs of aging, and also helps reduce the risk of skin cancer.

4. - Give your eyes a break
Many workers and students spend hours and hours looking at the computer screen, the combination of gloss, poor posture and poor lighting can lead to eyestrain and headaches.
Ophthalmologists recommend the rule "20-20-20": For every 20 minutes at the computer, look away from the screen for at least 20 seconds for something to 20 feet away.

5. - Drink lots of water
If water alone seems too boring, you can add something to improve your glass or bottle of water by adding slices of lemon, lime or orange.
To stay hydrated, women drink about nine cups of fluid a day, including water and other beverages that contain and men should take 13 glasses a day.

6. - Sneeze on the arm
This is to avoid sneezing on your hands, it is not very hygienic and can easily spread germs around.

7. - Brush your tongue
Brushing the tongue is one of the important things to keep your mouth clean.
The back of the tongue is a location where you installed multitude of bacteria and other germs that cause bad breath.

8. - Leave your shoes at the front door
The ancient Japanese custom of leaving shoes at the door of your house has a new meaning today.
When you take your shoes regularly, you prevent soil particles and rocks or lawn chemicals and potential allergens come home. healthy you can do in 1 minute or less

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