The concept of habit – means an action in which you do not think about what and how to do. In the beginning, in order to create a habit, a constant, deliberate repetition of one or another action is necessary. Next, you can no longer hesitate to perform this function.
For example, when you are learning to ride a bicycle, you are thinking about every single aspect of riding: balance, pedaling, steering wheel, turns, brakes and the like. When you have already mastered this skill, you drive at the expense of habit. Habits can be good or useful or bad.
Good and bad habits
Good habits help us to achieve success, contribute to our development, growth. These habits are useful not only for an individual but also for society. As for bad habits, then, of course, the action is exactly the opposite: they do not allow developing our potential and harming society.
Let’s start with a list of useful habits that we should join
1- Morning. Exercise is the minimum of physical exercises that will definitely not hurt anyone. It is difficult, but incredibly useful, at least from the point of view of discipline, to force yourself to do exercises daily.
2- Cleaning. Accustom yourself to the daily 15-minute cleaning of your room/apartment. According to old sayings, trash in a person’s house means trash in the head. Put your house in order, and the confusion in your head will be significantly less.
Respect your elders, waking up early and many more good habits that you can adapt to make yourself a better person.
Bad habits like alcohol, smoking, procrastination, selfishness, not sleeping on time, eating junk food and others should be replaced by good and useful habits.
Valuable bad habits
It’s not always easy to draw a line between useful and harmful habits. There are, for example, bad habits, which, in principle, are useful.
1- Yawning- it is not accepted culturally but it is a good habit. When a person yawns, he gets rid of emotional stress, gives the brain a rest, increasing its blood supply. So, next time don’t feel shy of the yawning.
2- People say to sleep for a long time is harmful; more than one study has been conducted on this topic. What is a lot and what is little is subjective? However, doctors claim that the body itself knows how much it needs to sleep. Do not confuse laziness with the body’s need, but on weekends then, do without an alarm clock, after all, it is very harmful to the nervous system
3-Relaxing in armchairs – it is a healthy habit. When we sit comfortably in the armchair our spine feels relaxes. However, the lower back should not be rounded, put the cushion under your waist and relax.