Too much laughing side effects

While laughter is generally considered a positive and enjoyable experience, there are a few potential dangers associated with excessive or prolonged bouts of laughter. It’s important to note that these risks are relatively rare and typically occur in extreme circumstances. ...  read more

Too much napping (siesta)

Napping is a common practice that offers a quick energy boost and a chance to recharge during the day. While short naps can be beneficial, excessive or prolonged napping can have negative effects on overall health and well-being. In this article, we will explore the potential drawbacks of too much napping and discuss strategies for finding a balance that promotes optimal health. ...  read more

Too much showering or bathing

too much showering or bathing problems

Bathing or showering is a routine of washing or emerging of the body in water with a purpose of maintaining personal hygiene, performing a therapeutic procedure for healing, relaxation or as a ritual. As a personal hygiene procedure, it helps to prevent the spread of diseases and keep the body clean of toxin deposits which may include environmental pollutants such as dirt and soil. ...  read more

Too much sleep (oversleeping)

too much sleeping fatique

Sleep is considered to be a dynamic activity. It is state of unconsciousness when human perception and sensory mechanisms are suspended while the voluntary muscles activity is stopped. During the sleep, the anabolic activity is raised, promoting rejuvenation of body systems, including immune, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. ...  read more

Too much weight loss

too much weight loss dangers

Weight loss, when pursued intentionally to achieve physical fitness and/or health condition improvements is expressed in reduction of the total weight via loss of body fat and consequent reduction of lean mass and body fluids. ...  read more