Old habits die hard. Do you agree? If you do, you may want to change a few habits that may not be good for you. For example, oversleeping, not exercising, binging on fast food etc. So many resolutions are made and broken to change unhealthy habits, isn’t it?
Ever wondered why habits are so hard to make or break? When we get instant gratification by doing something needing minimum time and effort, our brain gets the reward signal. The incentive of immediate reward conditions our mind to repeat the task. For example, eating a chocolate makes your taste buds happier than eating a salad. It leaves you craving for more chocolates eventually and becomes a part of unhealthy diet.
You can train your brain to form healthy habits too.