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How to Break Bad Habits Using Latest Technology?

How to Break Bad Habits Using Latest Technology?Author: Sudath Priyantha

Are you suffering from any of the following habits: Overeating, Smoking, Alcohol, Procrastination, Losing your temper, Being a workaholic, Being late always, Negative thinking always. And are you fed up of trying to get over these habits with no success at all?

Then this article is for you. Keep on reading and discover an easy way to Change Bad Habits. Bad Habits are behavioral pattern that are repeatedly performed, which is affecting your growth in life or your health negatively. These patterns are acquired at some point in your life due to negligence or emotional issues. Once acquired, they are repeated during your life time and there comes a point when you cannot get out of this addiction.

Do not worry too much as you are not alone in having to Break or Change Bad Habits as the majority of the population in the world is addicted to one or more of the above repeated behavioral patterns. In the good old days Will Power was used to Break or Change Bad Habits, but to what extent was it effective is questionable. Still most of the people try to use will power or make resolutions to Break Bad Habits.

Behind what ever Bad Habit, there is always an emotional reason or past hurt involved. So without clearing this emotional issue or healing this past childhood hurt, using will power will not be effective at all in changing bad habits.

For example: take overeating, normally some one overeats in order to avoid feeling a particular emotion at that particular moment. If you dig deep and just observe your overeating habit, you may find that, you eat more in order to avoid feeling lonely, frustration, anger or some other feeling, which is the real reason behind overeating.

This being the case, however much you try to Break or Change Bad Habits using will power or resolutions will not succeed, until you address this underlying emotion first. Just feel the emotion fully and it will lose its power over you.

The easiest way to Break or Change Bad Habits is to keep your mind always relaxed. The more you can keep your mind quiet or without the mental chatter, the more you can have a relaxed and calm mind. Maintaining this state of mind is the best way to change or drop bad habits. When your mind is quiet and calm, you will never have anxiety or stress and when you do not have anxiety and stress, you automatically drop or changes bad habits. This may not happen overnight but with some practice it is definitely possible.

The most effective method to quiet your mind is to use brainwave entrainment technology. When your brainwaves are in Alpha and below, your mind is in a relaxed, calm state. Brainwave entrainment technology induces these Alpha and below brain waves and makes your mind calm and quiet.

The most effective brainwave entrainment program on earth today is the Brainev technology. The Latest Patent Pending Cutting Edge Technology known as 3-DEAP in Brainev makes it much superior to the other products out there.

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I am, Mr. IzajAhmed Shaikh, a Computer Professional and a Pro. Blogger, who belongs to Shahabad, Karnataka India. My basic Qualifications are B.Sc., and M.C.M. done from University of Pune., formerly known as, Poona University,. I like to write articles based on my personal experiences.