Bad Habit Formation
Habit formation is the process by which behaving a certain way becomes automatic. If you impulsively reach for a cigarette the moment you wake up in the morning, then that’s a habit.
Old habits are difficult to break and new habits are too hard to form. This statement is really true because the behavioral patterns you repeat most often are literally etched into your neural pathways.
At present, more and more people are trapped in some bad habits that they wish they never had. To change, you need to have a high motivation and intention. Experts claim that it is easy to develop bad habits, especially when a person is young. But, you have to bear in mind that a bad habit is a process that begins from your mind. Thus, you can remove it if you really want to.
Habits have two distinct types and here they are:
Behavioral Habits – Chewing hair, nail biting, cracking knuckles are the common examples of bad behavioral habits.
Addictive Habits – Liquor, smoking and drugs have a hold on the physical body, causing some uncomfortable feelings when the activity is stopped.
Overcoming your bad habits or achieving even the simplest objectives in your life requires you to learn the meaning of COMMITMENT. Without commitment, you can’t achieve anything.
What are you waiting for? Start changing your daily routine. With this guide, you are on your way to your desired goal!
To your good habits