Not That Bad After All
Taking your pleasure where you find it, without resorting to over-indulgence, may well be the best bet, because life, after all, is just too short waste on needless worry, so remember that, despite what they say, it ain’t necessarily so
Not That Bad After All
There is, it turns out, some good news at last, and seemingly plenty of reasons why ignoring so-called expert advice, and enjoying the things you truly fancy, in small amounts, actually makes much better sense.
Unprotected sex is certainly never recommended for those not in committed relationships, but if truth be told, research having proved this, that opinion is in some respects quite wrong wrong.
State University of New York surveyed the sex lives of almost 1,000 women, with astounding discoveries which included the finding of women, whose partners used no contraception, being always happier than those that did, there apparently being something in the semen which, in females, seems to counter depression. Tellingly, also, was the finding that the unprotected sex females experienced much more sadness when relationships ended, as if the semen involved had some kind of addictive quality.
University of Adelaide scientists discovered semen exposure leading healthier pregnancies, semen apparently conditioning female immune systems to greater defence of developing foetuses the semen experimentally proved to be far more effective when swallowed by the woman. Another myth that has gained popularity in recent years is the detrimental effect of cell-phones on brain tissue
British Oncology Centre researcher Alan Preece conducted a study of mobile phone radiation, and discovered that frequent users completed certain mental tasks faster, the radiation increasing blood flow to certain brain areas. University of Maryland spokes-person Jodi Flaws claims says that hard evidence shows most smokers to be slimmer than non-smokers, nicotine an appetite suppressant acting as a catalyst for quicker calorie burning, and smokers are much less likely, in later life, to suffer from dementia, nicotine bolstering brain these receptors, and reducing their natural loss.
Alcohol, also, is certainly not completely bad for you. Institute for Preventative Medicine scientist Morton Gronbaek claimed that ethanol reduces tendency to blood-vessel blockages, meaning that drinkers have only half the heart-attack risk of abstainers, alcohol also helping lower blood-pressure, protect against dementia, and increase bone density in elderly people.
Health professionals have for years advised against eating fatty foods, due to possible raised cholesterol levels, but since the body needs certain fats just to operate efficiently, certain poly unsaturated types vital to nerve cell maintenance in pregnant women, so fat, for your good health, is vital as part of your diet. Equally, the hype about the bad effects of salt are overdone, this substance is so important to the human body that complete lack of it would kill you fairly rapidly.
British Dietetic Association researcher Amada Wynne explained that salt ensures the movement of that that body fluids within cells, vital also for the sending of nerve messages electrically Salt matters, to stay healthy, putting paid to yet another of the myths surrounding various everyday things. In reality, enjoying something can be an indication that your body is happy for you to do so, other than with smoking, of course.
The old saying that a little of what you fancy does you good has an element of truth to it, so taking your pleasure where you find it, without resorting to over-indulgence, may well be the best bet, because life, after all, is just too short waste on needless worry, so remember that, despite what they say, it ain’t necessarily so.