15 Ways Being an Introvert Can Affect Your Health
Are you an introvert?
by Amanda MacMillan
When do you tend to feel the most energized: after a party with lots of friends and strangers, or after a day of solitude and quiet reflection? If you chose the latter, you may consider yourself an introvertsomeone who feels easily exhausted by social interaction and feels most content being left alone.
Introverts are often seen as shy, introspective, or antisocial, but the reality is more complicated than thatmost people aren't fully introverted or extraverted, and actually fall somewhere in between. Whether you lean toward introversion or extraversion doesn't just affect your social preferences, either; here are 15 ways it can also affect your physical and mental health.
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