It is believed that people who have a habit of biting their nails are in a stressful situation and nervous tension. Canadian researchers from the University of Montreal decided to dispel myths and proved that there are other reasons for this.

Canadian Scientists Explain Why People Bite Their Nails
Canadian Scientists Explain Why People Bite Their Nails

Scientists argue that the habit of chewing feet can arise for a variety of reasons, and in this matter, not everything is so simple. More often than not, a bad "hobby" develops due to an emotional outburst. Most of the respondents said that they often start biting their nails when they are frustrated or even bored. Thus, a variety of emotions can be the source of this psychological ailment. The theory that people only want to bite their nails under stress turned out to be wrong in the end.

According to the results of the study, people who suffer from this ailment often cannot relax and perform work at a normal speed. The flow of attention and energy in this case is directed to other channels, compensating for this inability. This process allows you to deal with the frustration of not being able to change a particular situation.

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