How to calm the hothead in your group

Chewing Gum

Chew gum

A packet of Wrigley’s finest might not necessarily be good for your teeth but it is good for your mind. A study by an Australian professor of Behavioral and Brain Sciences in 2008 revealed that gum chewers showed a reduction in anxiety as compared to non-gum chewers by nearly 17% during mild stress and nearly 10% in moderate stress. Pull out a stick of gum when you feel your temper beginning to rise to help keep a lid on it.

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