Don’t brush your teeth right away:
It’s better not to brush your teeth immediately after meals and drinks, especially if they contained high amounts of acid. The abrasive action from brushing can cause the acid to attack the tooth enamel, so wait at least an hour.
Build muscle to get smaller:
Muscle and fat weigh the same, but muscle is more compact than fat. So, if you’re looking to move into a smaller clothing size, shave off some unwanted inches by building muscle.
Freeze a cardiac patient to save their life:
Cooling a cardiac arrest patient’s core temperature below 32.2° Celsius (89.96° Fahrenheit)—induced hypothermia—may increase their chances of complete recovery. Note: we aren’t recommending anyone try this, just sharing the facts.
Drink a hot beverage to cool off:
According to a study, a hot drink on a hot day will cool you off faster than a cold drink. When you drink a hot beverage, your body produces more sweat, which cools you off when it evaporates.
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Adapted From: https://www.news24.com/health24/Lifestyle/Healthy-habits/7-weird-health-tips-that-are-actually-true-20180116