A simple way to break a bad habit

A simple way to break a bad habit | Judson Brewer

Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them? Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction — from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they're bad for us. Learn more about the mechanism of habit development and discover a simple but profound tactic that might help you beat your next urge to smoke, snack or check a text while driving.

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Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them? Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction — from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they're bad for us. Learn more about the mechanism of habit development and discover a simple but profound tactic that might help you beat your next urge to smoke, snack or check a text while driving.

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Do you have trouble breaking bad habits? In this video I'll teach you how to make good habits in 3 easy steps. Stop your nail biting, end your addictions and move past your problems so you can change your habits and end your bad behaviors once and for all. What's a bad habit you want to stop doing?

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A simple way to break a bad habit | Judson Brewer

Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them? Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction — from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they're bad for us. Learn more about the mechanism of habit development and discover a simple but profound tactic that might help you beat your next urge to smoke, snack or check a text while driving.

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For a long time, one of my worst habits was drinking energy drinks. I'd drink two or three a day - and I HATED the fact that I did it, but I couldn't stay disciplined enough to quit. I kept doing it for years.

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How To BREAK Bad Habits | Breaking Bad Habits On YOUR OWN WAY

Bad habits can have an enormous impact on the quality of your life. So don’t you think it’s time to break your bad habits and start living your life to its truest potential?!

A bad habit arises in the same manner a good habit does. It’s a pattern of learned behavior that gets triggered once it comes into contact with a certain stimuli. It’s difficult to break this pattern of the bad habit. First of all, the bad habit itself reinforces the behavior, because often when we engage in a bad habit we feel a sense of relief.
And even though we’re aware of the fact that this way of dealing with situations is not the right way, it still helps us to deal with our emotions and feelings. So, getting rid of bad habits is hard, but by definition certainly not impossible.
As with everything that you can learn; you can also unlearn it. In this video I’ll give 3 strategies on how you can break your bad habits in the best way. I’ve also explained by each strategy what type of person should this strategy. So that things become a bit more personal, since every person us unique.
Breaking bad habits may seem like an impossible task, but once you know what you need to know, it’ll become a whole lot easier.
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The reason it's tough to start exercising, quit smoking or change your diet is not because you're a lazy slob it's because habitual behaviors like these are neurologically wired into the brain.
Each time you repeat a behaviour you slowly grow neurons and connections between neurons. Like a muscle, that particular part of the brain gets thicker and denser. Just like building or losing muscle, building or losing a habit takes time. So how do we build new habit muscle?
Through a three-step habit loop that I call CHP or chip. Take a fat food addiction.
First there's the Cue: the view of your favourite fat food outlet or the smell of frying burgers.
Second there is the habit: buying and eating the Mcgunk and thirdly there is the Pleasure: that addictive hit of salt and fat on your tongue which sends you back to the cue in an ongoing loop. The cue triggers the habit, the habit produces the pleasure, the pleasure keeps us going back to the cue. It's an unmerry go round.
Initially eating fast food may just be a one-off behaviour but not for long. Researchers at the Universities of North Texas and Yale have found that families usually don't intend to eat fast food regularly but as the craving kicks in, that once a month behaviour fast turns into a three-times a week habit.
So how do you break a bad habit? Cut off the cues: Don't drive home past your favourite fat food. And kill the pleasure: When you think of fast food, call it fat food and think of globules of fat, clogged arteries and having to take two trips to get through a revolving door. Counteract the pleasure with an image of pain. It is also important to substitute the old behaviour with a new one. Initially a healthy snack may not give you the same pleasure but it beats trying to starve yourself through temptation. Offer your pleasure loving brain an alternative.
How do you build a good habit? A study of 6000 people who lost more than thirty pounds found that 78% of them created clear cues to trigger exercise, such as running every day first thing in the morning. They also had a clear vision of the pleasure they would get if they stuck to their diet: say fitting into a smaller dress or the pride of getting to their ideal weight.
How long does it take to build a habit? The father of psychology, William James said 21 days. Research at University College London shows that it depends on the person and the habit. For some it took 18 days for others it took over 200.
You can speed up the duration by understanding this: every time you perform a behaviour you strengthen the habit in your brain. Every time you stop yourself your weaken it.
I stopped my two a day chocolate habit the day I took control of my Cues by removing the chocolates from my house. I took up a new after dinner Habit by substituting the chocolate with fruit. And within days I was rewarded with the Pleasure of cured Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Why not give yourself a 30-day challenge. Commit to just one new healthy behaviour every day for 30 days. And if you miss one or two days don't be like the alcoholic who slips up, has a drink and says: Ah well I may as well have the whole bottle. A slip up is okay is long as it doesn't become a slip down. Just pick it up the following day. Now experiment on yourself.
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