Top Ten Bad Habits We All Share

This list is top ten bad habits we all share and do. Hopefully this helps you get rid of your bad habits.
The Top Ten
1 Staying up late

We all stay up late sometimes. Staying up late disturbs the body's natural sleep-wake cycle which can affect a person's mental health functioning and energy levels the next day. Frequently staying up at night may lead to sleep problems and can have long-term effects on health.

Yeah. I cannot fall asleep at all a lot of the time.

I think I'm actually an insomniac.

2 Not exercising

Come on, most of us don't exercise (including me). If you don't exercise it is considered a bad habit, not exercising or not enough physical activity can lead to a heart disease even people who have no other risk factors. It can also increase the likelihood of developing other heart disease risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes.

I have an office job and in my free time I sit on my desk at home on my PC.
So I'm spending like 10 hours a day sitting and over one year I'm barely doing any proper sport.
My health and especially my back says thank you!

3 Eating fast food

Come on, we all have fast food a couple times a month. Fast is a bad habit. It is high in sodium saturated fat, trans fat, and cholesterol. It isn't something you should eat too often. Eating too much over a long period of time can lead to issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and unwanted weight gain.

Domino's and KFC are my biggest guilty pleasures when it comes to food.

I don't eat a lot of fast food. Most of my meals are cooked at home.

4 Eating candy

Yes we all love candy and have a lot but there are also some side effects to having candy. Eating too much added sugar can have many negative health effects. An excess of sweetened food and beverages can lead to weight gain, blood sugar problems and an increased risk of heart disease, among other dangerous conditions.

I eat candy daily and I drink sugary drinks every day. My nutrition is a nightmare.

I suppose I'm an exception here. Never really liked candy, at all.

5 Staring at a screen

What I mean by staring at a screen is like looking at an electronic device. Come on, we all do this, for example, you're reading this list right now. Spending too many hours staring at a screen can cause eye strain. You tend to blink less while staring at the blue light from the screen, and the movement of the screen makes your eyes work harder to focus. We typically do not position the screen at an ideal distance or angle, which can cause added strain.

If you're reading this comment this means you are also guilty of this.

6 Lying

We all lie sometimes even if it is a white lie. Lying is bad because a generally truthful world is a good thing: lying diminishes trust between human beings: if people don't tell the truth, life would become very difficult, as nobody can be trusted and nothing you heard and read could be trusted - you would have to find out everything out for yourself.

It is something we could all improve on.

I mean you should do it when your in a emergency like if your getting killed or going to jail

7 Chewing fingernails

We all chew our fingernails sometimes. You would never think chewing your fingernails would be bad, but it actually is. For example, nail biting can damage the skin around the nail, increasing the risk of an infection, and increasing the risk of colds and other infections by spreading germs from your finger to your mouth, and harm your teeth.

I always do that, I should probably stop, but at least I don't have to cut them so there's that.

8 Procrastinating

This is one of my biggest weaknesses.

9 Drinking coffee

Most of us should be the age of 13 or above, and this is when we have coffee every morning. Sure coffee boosts our energy, but there are also some bad things about having it. Consuming too much caffeine can lead to jitteriness, anxiety, heart palpitations, and even exacerbated panic attacks. If you are sensitive to caffeine and tend to become overstimulated, you may want to avoid coffee altogether. Another unwanted side effect is that it can distrust sleep.

I don't really like it that much.

I never tried it when I try it or if I do I'll tell you guys how it tastes

10 Not brushing teeth

Gotta admit that if I don't have anywhere to be in the morning, I sometimes forget to brush them.

I sometimes forget to brush my teeth I forget more in the morning

The Contenders
11 Watching TV

We all watch TV, most of us a lot. Too much screen time can be a bad thing: children who watch TV over 4 hours a day are most likely to be overweight. Kids who watch violent action TV are more likely to show aggressive behavior, and to fear that the world is scary and something bad will happen to them.

I only the watch the news, Doctor Who, and movies. That's about it.

12 Nose picking

We all pick our nose, but no one thinks it's bad but it actually is. Frequent or repetitive picking your nose can damage your nasal cavity. One study found that people with compulsive nose picking (rhinotillexomania) may experience inflammation and swelling over the nasal tissue. Over time this may narrow the nostril openings.

My nose is always itchy so I have to itch the insides and I don't know if it means I pick my nose

13 Peeing in the shower

How is caring about the environment bad? Much better than doing it in the toilet.

We all do it. Don't be afraid to admit it.

14 Being quick to get angry
15 Swearing
16 Sleeping for a long time
17 Watching porn
18 Overeating
19 Drinking soda
20 Bad posture

I lean forward in any kind of seat and I'm going to break my spine when I'm older. I'm sure of it.

I just found this out today but apparently I don't put my head straight when I walk

21 Buying useless things
22 Taking anger out physically
23 Insulting people
24 Giving up quickly
25 Not spending enough time outside
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