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Why do I do better when I procrastinate?

Why do I do better when I procrastinate?

Reduce anxiety. You start worrying when you think about completing a task that you don’t want to do. However, when you procrastinate, you boost motivation and calm down as you’re not focused on completing the task. Therefore, you save your mental health and it helps to work better.

Why can’t I focus on doing my homework?

Hungry and dizzy after classes, you will not be able to focus just because you are straightforward tired. Make it a part of your homework routine. Working in quiet and private environment is a sure opportunity to concentrate on homework. Lack of distractions makes your homework the only thing you can stay focused on.

Is it bad to suppress crying?

“Suppressing an emotion (in this case, frustration or sadness) actually heightens it and makes you feel worse,” says psychologist Nikki Martinez, Psy. (Think: watching an emotional movie and letting it all out.) Of course, you can’t turn your tears on like a faucet-feelings are fickle that way.

Does crying age your skin?

“Since crying has been proven to reduce stress, crying may have a positive effect on a person’s skin over time,” she explains. Therefore, crying often may also have an anti-aging benefit.” On the flip side, crying too much might cause excessive broken capillaries around the eyes or nose.

Does crying make you prettier?

Reflex tears clear debris, like smoke and dust, from your eyes. Continuous tears lubricate your eyes After crying, a person’s eyes becomes more expressive which makes her look appealing. Also crying makes a persons nose and cheek red which is similar to applying blush through make up but it looks more natural.

At what age does your face change most?

Before age 50 and also after age 60, female faces age—on average—about twice as fast as male faces; between 50 and 60 years, this sex difference in aging rate is even more pronounced (up to three times faster).