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The Importance of Good Habits in daily life is of utmost importance. The habit we acquire from our early childhood plays a major role in our behaviour, attitude, approach, goal setting and success in life.
We all know that majority of habits that we have are usually unhealthy and bad due to various reasons, whereas good habits are very few. In today’s hectic, rat-race life unhealthy and bad habits are creating a lot of problems like unhealthy life, behavioural changes, emotional problems, anxiety, tension, worry, confusion and the like many problems. The majority of people are the victims of unhealthy and bad habits, which is really an emerging Personal, Family, Workplace, Social & Global Problem.

  • Are You feeling Low?
  • Are You totally Confused?
  • Are You totally Worried?
  • Are You Unable to sleep Well?
  • Do You have a Broken Family Relationship?
  • Are You Unable to concentrate on Your Work?
  • Do you want to express your full potential?
  • Do you want to lead a stress-free and happy life?
  • Do you want to attain your dreams & goals in life?
  • Do you want to become a better person in life?
  • Do you want to become successful in your life?
  • Do you want to get freedom from unhealthy and bad habits?

If the answer is YES!
Living In Wellbeing is the apt platform, where we give state- of-the-art, advice, guidelines, tips and tools and other support, both online and off-line. Our special method Psycho-technology, developed by Dr Purushothaman working at the subtle level of our mind and brain (Mind- Reprogramming) can change the life of anybody instantaneously, enabling radical positive change resulting in perfection, excellence, creativity, ethical values, harmony, happiness, peace and love.
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Frequent Questions & Short Answers

A bad habit can be termed as a recurring action that you perform to get instant satisfaction but it often leads to problems in the long term.

A bad habit is formed mostly by two things; stress and boredom. Most of the time people deal with stress and boredom by engaging in a habit that is not good for them.

There are several ways through which you can break a bad habit. Some of the common ways include committing to a goal, making a plan, being patient, starting with smaller targets, rewarding yourself, etc.

To develop a new habit you must set realistic goals, develop a routine, be kind to yourself, simplify your life, etc. You can also consult a counselor to guide you on the path of developing a new habit.

Many habits can boost the IQ of the brain. Some of the habits include memory activities, learning new languages, learning musical instruments, reading, continued education, etc.

Some common habits that may hurt the brain include lack of sleep, smoking, eating junk food, blasting headphones with high volume, spending too much time alone, etc.

A 21 by 90 rule states that it takes 21 days to create a habit and 90 days to make it a part of your routine lifestyle. After the completion of 90 days, a habit will be a part of your daily lifestyle just like brushing your teeth.

Research suggests that it takes anywhere between 18 to 254 days to break a bad habit. The time frame varies from person to person.

According to Psychology experts, a habit is developed when new behavior becomes automatic and is performed with minimum conscious awareness.

Some of the habits that can improve lifestyle include eating healthy food, sleeping 7 to 8 hours a day, having good company, avoiding an overdose of news, regular exercise, etc.


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