Medical Myths Debunded


We are advised to drink eight glasses of water in a day to keep ourselves hydrated. ant it is also said that we should not read in dim light because it will damage our eyesight. However, there is only one thing wrong with theses and other readily accepted they are either untrue or unproven

Myth:- We use only ten percent of our brain.

Facts- this belief is given by Albert Einstein.

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But MRI scans and other imaging studies saw no dormant areas of brain, and even viewing individual neurons or cells reveals no inactive areas. The myth probably originated with self improvement  peddlers in the every people wanted to convince people that they had yet reached their full potential.

Myth:- You should drink eight glasses of water a day.

Fact:-there is no medical evidence to suggest that you need that much water, “say’s doctor Rachel, co author of journal artical”. she things this myth can be traced back to a 1945 recommendation from the nutrition council that a person consum the equivalent of a glasses of field a day. over the year “field’ turned to water. What fruits and vegetables and other liquids also count.

Myth:- Finger nails and rear grow after death.

Fact:- As the body skin drying out, soft tissue especially skin dries out. The same is true, but less true with. As the skin Shrinking the leer looks more prominent or stickup as bit.

Myth:-Eating turbey makes you drowsy.

Fact:- A chemical in turbey called try photophan is known cause draw since. But turby  does not contain any more of it then chicken or beef. This myth is also rejected by the fact that turbey is often eaten with a heavy holiday meal, often accompanied by alcohol- thing that make you sleepy.


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