We may be loath to admit it, but most of us have at least one bad habit. And while some bad habits such as smoking can pose serious health risks, others like nail biting, throat clearing, and knuckle cracking are really just plain irksome. So how can you be expected to break these bad habits now?
Anjalyanswered on 1 year ago
First understand what are those things which you are doing could harm yourself.'Self care' is one important thing you should take into consideration very seriously. It is one's duty to be healthy and charm.Take it as a pride.
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Dr. Meera Mohananswered on 1 year ago
The more you do it, the more difficult it is to get rid of it, but every single bad habit can be broken. The steps are to analyze the data and look at what your usual triggers are. "Do you do it when you are anxious or bored?"
Write out a list of the pros and cons of this behaviour and keep a record of when you do it. If you can notice when you are doing it and under what circumstances and what feelings are attached to it, you might be able to figure out why you are doing it and be able to stop.
Try it out !
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