The secret of changing unwanted habits permanently

Author – Emma Triplett

When trying to break bad habits the mistake people often make is to try and do it from will power alone – that’s the hard way.

Many unwanted habits are stored in part of our brain called the hippocampus and are often automatic reactions to something else which could be an event, emotion, stress and increased anxiety feelings.

Watch the video to discover an easier way of ceasing bad habits.

 

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