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Here is why going overboard with healthy habits could be dangerous

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It is always good to maintain a healthy lifestyle and lead a better life, but sometimes in a bid to lose weight or manage your overall health, you may tend to go overboard with some healthy habits which can be dangerous for your health in the longer run. The things you do to enhance your health can take a toll on your health. For example, you must have a lot of energy or fitness bars because they’re packed with nutrients and are easy to eat when you’re on the move. However, according to a study published in the Journal of Marketing and Research, these bars disrupts your weight-loss efforts. Here, we list out a few of your healthy habits which if overdone, can affect your health.

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Exfoliate

Exfoliating: It is one of the best techniques which is used to remove dead skin cells, oil and dirt from your face. Facial scrubbing can help antioxidants and other ingredients enter deeply into your skin. However, going overboard with scrubbing can make your skin dry and irritated. Also Read - Skincare Tips During Periods: Try These Amazing DIY Products For A Clear Skin During Your Cycle, Watch Video

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Red-wine

Wine: You may have heard about the health benefits of consuming wine and how it can do wonders for your heart. However, according to studies, people who thought of it as a heart-healthy drink consumed 47 per cent more in quantity as compared to others. Too much of wine can affect your blood pressure, lead to weight gain and even puts you more at risk of a stroke.

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Vitamin-supplements

High Vitamin A intake: Vitamin A is essential for production of sebum or oil on the scalp. This keeps your hair moisturized and promotes blood circulation to strengthen hair follicle for hair growth. But in ultra-high doses, vitamin A can lead to hair loss.  Also Read - Ayurvedic Treatment To Improve Eye Sight: Know How To Make Vision Better As Per Ayurveda, Watch Video

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Brushing

Brushing: Your dentist may recommend that you should brush your teeth twice daily to keep any bacteria development at bay and also prevent yourself from gum disease. However, vigorous brushing of your teeth can damage the enamel on your teeth and push your gums back which can cause various dental problems, like cavities on the roots of your teeth which further requires treatments such as root canals and tooth extraction that are very painful.