Feel like your willpower could use some boosting? Try brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand. That may seem like a minor change to make, but a study by Case Western Reserve University suggests that making small alterations to your habits like this can increase your mental flexibility and stamina for sticking to tasks. (And even if it doesn't seem to help, the change in approach might also help you reach parts of your mouth that are otherwise ignored.) [via Men's Health UK]
Improve Your Willpower By Shifting Your Tooth-Brushing Hand
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