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Understanding Your Habit
Habits are routines of behavior that are repeated regularly and tend to occur subconsciously, which means without directly thinking consciously about them.
When you routinely perform the same actions, your brain learns this pattern of behavior and sets up a pathway.
This pathway is an efficient way for the brain to process the routine.
Most habits start as actions that a person is aware of. The more he performs an action, the easier it becomes.
Why It’s So Hard to Break Old Habits
• Innate human defiance
• Need for social acceptance
• Inability to truly understand the nature of risk
• Individualistic view of the world and the ability to rationalize unhealthy habits
The Essence of Habit Formation
Habit formation is the process by which new behaviors become automatic.
Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form. That is because the behavioral patterns we repeat most often are literally etched in our neural pathways.
The good news is that through repetition, it's possible to form new habits.
A study from the University College London states that it takes
on an average for a person to form habit.
is reaching out to our valued partners-in-health with our Habit Formation Program.
You simply write down your goal and schedule.
Assign an icon to your habit for easy identification.
We will send you a customized email reminder to keep you on track. It also comes with motivational quotes to uplift your spirit.
Just confirm if the schedule is followed. With our calendar system, keeping track is made easier.
We will then email you a confirmation and status of your habit formation plan.
“Good habits, once established, are just as hard to break as are bad habits” – Robert Puller