Washington, Feb 20: A clinical psychologist has said that a little bit of procrastination – an act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of lower priority – can actually calm people down, temporarily relieve stress and help them approach tasks more efficiently when they start it.
Dr. Ryan Fuller told ABC News that there are two types of procrastinators, the ones who blow off a task and miss a deadline and the ones who just wait until the last minute as they thrive on the adrenaline rush, ABC News reported.
He also said that a little bit of red wine (one glass a day for women and two for men) is perfectly fine and so is a little chocolate.
In fact, the flavonoids in dark chocolate could help lower blood pressure and reduce the risk for any heart disease. Also, a catnap during the day can keep people’s mind sharp.
He also said that a cup or two of coffee can stimulate people and may even have other health benefits. (ANI)