Increasing the amount or intensity of an intervention does not always increase the benefits and may cause harm.
It may seem to make sense that if an intervention is helpful, more of it may be even more helpful. But increasing the amount or number of applications/doses may cause without increasing the benefit. You can have “too much of a good thing”.
For example, copper is essential for health and is often provided as supplements to cattle, but too much can cause can cause toxicity and even death in ruminants. Similarly, where too much fertiliser is applied to crops, it cannot be utilised by them and may be leached into watercourses, where it can be harmful.
BEWARE of claims that more of an intervention is better just because it is believed to be helpful.
REMEMBER: More is not necessarily better.