If You Talk Too Much: Health Effects of Excessive Talkativenes
Can too much talking or excessive talkativeness, undermine our health? Normal people, as one Western study found, breathe twice as much air when they speak. That reduces their brain CO2 and O2 stores. Long conversations with others, on the phone and excessive talkativeness can thereby cause many side effects such as, dizziness, light-headedness, loss of concentration, emotional instability, muscular tension, and abnormal posture.
Furthermore, even 10-20 minutes of continuous speaking on a cell phone resets the breathing center to lower arterial and brain CO2 levels promoting hyperventilation, tissue hypoxia and chronic diseases.
Excessive talkativeness or talking too much produces many other devastating side effects and promotes any chronic disease such as; cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and many others.