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How You Can Use Self-Hypnosis to Shed Bad Habits

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The human brain consists of more than a hundred billion energy-hungry cells. These cells are all intimately connected in dozens, if not hundreds, of ways, passing data constantly to provide us with the information we need to get through the day. To cut back on how much energy it consumes, the brain has learned to take shortcuts whenever and wherever possible. Our routines and habits are a good example of these mental shortcuts. By and large, routines and habits can help us stay on track and get things done without having to waste too much mental energy figuring out the next step. Unfortunately, sometimes bad habits slip into our routines. It can be difficult and may even seem impossible to break bad habits. With hypnosis for bad habits, you can kick those bad habits to the curb.


The Science of Habits


Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov discovered a process known as classical conditioning. Classical conditioning links two stimuli together to create a new learned response. For Pavlov, this meant ringing a bell resulted in dogs salivating. For us, however, it can mean anything from smoking a cigarette after a particularly satisfying meal to biting our nails during moments of intense stress.


Classical conditioning can explain quite a few human habits and foibles, many of which are little more than patterns of stimulus and response. We simply do not put a lot of thought into our habits, and that is a feature rather than a flaw. It helps our brains conserve energy and use their resources for more important functions.


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