Health disadvantaged, These 3 Tips for Success Stop Bad Habits

bad habitsIt is undeniable that every human being on Earth, have at least one bad habit. For example, finger biting, snoring, and also rang the knuckles. It seems trivial, but these habits can affect the health of the body and must be stopped.

Perhaps you have noticed the negative impact of bad habits to health, but find it difficult to stop arguing ‘got used’. However, a psychologist from Englewood, New Jersey, Patricia A. Farrell, PhD, said any bad habits can be stopped.

“The more often a person does a bad habit, it will be increasingly difficult to him to stop it. But any bad habit can be stopped,” said Patricia who is also the author of How To Be Your Own Therapist.

Here’s more 3 easy ways to stop bad habits as quoted, Wednesday (03/01/2017).

1. Be aware of bad habits

The first way to stop the bad habit is to know when and why you usually do it. According to a psychiatrist in New York City, Susan Jaffe, MD, realized the reason why you are biting the finger or do other bad habits, can help stop these activities.

“If you can be aware of when and under what circumstances you are doing a bad habit, then you might be able to find out what the reason is and be able to kick the habit,” said Susan.

2. Make a note of bad habits

The next easy step is to record how often and under what circumstances you are doing these bad habits.

“Record,” a psychologist at a clinic in New York City, Janet L. Wolfe, PhD.

Janet added to make a note of how often you do a bad habit, it can be a source of data to analyze the cause of the occurrence of the activity.

“Write what you feel and sound that echoes in your head when knuckles of a finger. It can make you more aware of your bad habits,” said Janet who is also the author of What To Do When He Has a Headache.

Janet argued, by making a record of bad habits for one week, it can be easier for you to analyze the causes of these unhealthy activities.

“Did you do karwna bored or nervous?” he said.

Other psychologists, James Claiborn, PhD, of South Portland, Maine, agrees with Janet about it.

“Write down the pros and cons of this bad habit and keep doing it until you know when you do it. Measurement of something usually can change and make a person more aware of it,” said James, who is also the author of ‘The Habit Change Workbook’.

3. Redirection

Once you know when and what was the cause of the bad habits, now is the time to find substitutes or transfer of such activities.

“If you frequently bite the finger, maybe you can replace it with chewing gum,” said Susan.

“If you frequently clear your throat (throat clearing), this could have been caused by the slow air out of your throat. You can outsmart the habit of clearing his throat with a set way of breathing, when you really want to do these bad habits. Dwngan so you can feel the change in a matter of day, “added James.

Meanwhile, if the finger knuckles is your way to get rid of nervous or stress, Janet says you can find a diversion to avoid bad habits. “You can position the fingers are in a place that makes you can not ring the knuckles. Like the draw, holding the collar, or other activities dwngan your finger,” the woman said.

Psychologists also say that meditation is more positive activities that could help stop the bad habit. Once you know what causes these activities, you can meditate to divert attention when bad habit that comes back.

Meanwhile Patricia says there are other tactics that can be used, ie with a pair of rubber on the fingers or wrist.

“Every time the bad habits appear, drag and drop the rubber so that it appears the pain in the fingers or wrist. This can make your attention distracted and cause discomfort,” said Patricia tells WebMD. Please visit my website at