Explaining why adults tend to often bite their nails
, psychologist and author of "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders: A Complete Guide To Getting Well And Staying Well," Fred Penzel, told International Business Times: "People do these things as a way of managing levels of stimulation within their nervous systems.
There's not a lot sporting partners can do when their loved ones are giving their all, apart from bite their nails
to the knuckle.
Other researches state that nail biting is due to extreme boredom and stress and those who persistently bite their nails
could also suffer from poor self-image.
Brockhampton had been forced to bite their nails
as rain intervened before they could chase down Evesham's total of 206 for four.
By 10, one-in-three will bite their nails
regularly and by their teens half of them will do so.
Now there is nothing they can do, except bite their nails
None of the rest of my family bite their nails
and nor do my children.
Half of girls 10 to 18 bite their nails
at some point and, for whatever reason, the problem is at its worst when you are going through puberty (like you need that bonus).
Prevalence estimates suggest up to 25% of 6 year olds may bite their nails
The home fans had to bite their nails
as Stevie Crawford equalised in the last minute.
But if that habit is not broken then under pressure that person will continue to bite their nails
There are people who bite their nails
and say, gee, do we really have to be this invasive with our conditioning of the birds?
Worried pupils grind their molars, clench their mouths, chew pencils and bite their nails
while sitting Standard Grades and Highers - causing gum disease and jaw problems.
Many who felt a win by either Ed Harris or James Cromwell would foreshadow an "Apollo" or "Babe" Best Picture award had to bite their nails
until the end of the night when Kevin Spacey took the statuette for his marvelously tricky work in "The Usual Suspects.
On game nights she'd drive to the tiny, dingy campus radio station where she'd huddle with assistant coach Tom Asbury's wife and they'd bite their nails
, clench their fists and hang on every word of the static-laced transmission.