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  • Healthy lifestyle may boost self-control: study

    London: Living a healthier lifestyle – such as exercising regularly and avoiding junk food – may increase your ability to exert self-control, meet goals, resist temptation and solve problems, a new study has found. It should be obvious that those with greater self-control live a healthier lifestyle, researchers said, says PTI.

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    Rude co-workers could make you act uncivil: study

    Washington: Employees who are treated rudely by co-workers tend to lose self-control and end up treating others in the same uncivil manner, a new study has found. Condescending comments, put-downs and sarcasm have become commonplace in the politically charged workplace, and the new study shows how this incivility may be spreading.

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    Self-control may not be limited resource after all

    Washington DC: Whether it is walking past your favourite store or refusing that second slice of pizza, everything seems to boil down to one essential bit: self-control. Now, a recent study has suggested that it may not be as precise as we previously believed, reports IANS.

  • Health of adults declines when they stop driving

    New York: A new review of previous studies indicates that cessation of driving by older adults may contribute to a variety of health problems, especially depression. “For many older adults, driving is instrumental to their daily living and is a strong indicator of self-control, personal freedom and independence.

  • Trying to quit smoking? Strengthen self-control

    New York: If you actually want to quit smoking, you should strengthen self-control, a new study suggests. According to the study, exercises aimed at increasing self-control, such as mindfulness meditation, can decrease the unconscious influences that motivates a person to smoke.

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    Poor sleeping habits linked to low self control

    New York: Poor sleep habits can have a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to individuals’ personal and professional lives, a new study has found. Researchers from Clemson University in the US found thata sleep-deprived individual is at increased risk for succumbing to impulsive desires, inattentiveness and questionable decision-making.

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    Employees with low self-control a security threat

    New York: Employees who have low self-control pose a danger that can be just as damaging as a hacker, says a study. Researchers at Iowa State University measured brain activity to identify what might motivate an employee to violate company policy and sell or trade sensitive information.