Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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You make some good points, which I'll address in a future post. As for pooping in the office, I'd suggest we make allowances for our evolved tendencies all the time. For example, we have bathrooms near the office because our bodies have certain limits. We exercise because we evolved to live active lives. Our diet should reflect the diets of the stone age (if they did, we'd have far less obesity, diabetes, and so on). So there are prices to be paid when we change too radically from the life we've evolved to have.
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