People who often use mobile phones are impulsive

  A number of studies have found that too frequent use of mobile phones is harmful to health. A new German study published in the American “Public Library of Science General” magazine found that people who often use mobile phones are more likely to make impulsive decisions and develop impulsive behaviors.
  Researchers from the Free University of Berlin conducted an in-depth study of the relationship between smartphones and impulsive decision-making, investigating the use of mobile phones in different age groups, the types of mobile phone applications, and the impulsive behavior of participants. The results show that in developed countries, smartphone ownership rates for adults and teenagers are 76% and 80%, respectively. On average, mobile phone users use their phones for 4.7 to 8.8 hours a day. 33% of users pick up their phones within 5 minutes after waking up. More than 1/3 of teenagers and 26% of parents check their phones before going to bed at night. Researchers also found that the most used applications on mobile phones are social media (87%) and games (40%), and the two types of applications take 46 minutes and 35 minutes, respectively. These applications are able to make players get “like”, “reward” or “bonus” satisfaction. However, the researchers also found that shopping applications are more likely to make mobile phone users “addiction.”
  Early research has shown that people’s preference for smaller immediate rewards is related to negative behaviors such as alcohol abuse, gambling, and drug use. New research confirms that as the screen time of mobile phones increases, the tendency to choose smaller instant rewards (rather than larger delayed rewards) also increases. In addition, participants with weaker self-control ability use their mobile phones longer. This further confirms that excessive use of mobile phones makes people want more immediate gratification and are more likely to make impulsive decisions. Therefore, in order to be physically and mentally healthy, you should properly control your mobile phone usage time.
Supplement vitamin A, E and D to reduce respiratory diseases

  Recently, a research report published in the journal Nutrition pointed out that supplementing vitamins A, E and D can help reduce respiratory diseases. Lack of micronutrients is an important cause of malnutrition and poor health, but this is often overlooked, and people with malnutrition and poor health may be more susceptible to the new coronavirus.
  The researchers analyzed the data of 6,115 adults who participated in the National Dietary Health Rolling Survey Project from 2008 to 2016, including the intake of vitamins A, D and E through normal diets and nutritional supplements, as well as respiratory diseases The symptoms include infectious and non-communicable diseases, such as colds, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Researchers combed through the above data and found that after taking into account factors such as age, gender, weight, smoking history, family income and other factors, normal diet and intake of vitamins A and E can help reduce respiratory symptoms. Researchers also found that normal dietary intake of vitamin D did not reduce respiratory symptoms, but additional intake of vitamin D through nutritional supplements can help reduce respiratory symptoms. This shows to a certain extent that it is difficult to get enough vitamin D by diet alone, and supplementation of vitamin D through nutritional products is indeed effective.
  Researchers pointed out that maintaining good nutrition in the body plays an important role in reducing the risk of infections of many diseases, but the specific mechanism by which supplementation of nutrition can improve the body’s immunity is currently lacking in a comprehensive understanding, and further research is needed.