According to the Alliance for Healthy Homescluttered homes often contain more dust, which can cause or amplify breathing problems. Clutter upsets your kids. People with messy tendencies rarely confine their disorganization to just their homes.
Their recent follow-up study found that when people stop using, they also undergo small but measurable physiological effects.
Our research compared the health and drinking habits of more thandrinkers in 19 countries worldwide and controlled for differences between people, such as gender, diseases including diabetes and lifestyle such as smoking. Given the number of diseases to which sitting is linked, and the number of people it apparently kills every year, sitting is one of the worst things we can do for health.
This has led to the commonly held belief that drinking in moderation can be good for the heart.
Rather than enhancing well-being, as frequent interactions with supportive 'offline' social networks powerfully do, the current findings demonstrate that interacting with Facebook may predict the opposite result for young adults—it may undermine it.