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The basic definition of a habit, is a way of behavior which is often repeated to the point when it is not a conscious thought. A habit might be as simple as a person having his bath at night before he sleeps, and it could be as complex as any activity which others would need an instructional material to carry out, which would be easy for you.

Good and bad habits tend to be addictive in nature, and they come with consequences for us. Taking a look at addiction. It is basically the dependence on substances or acts for the purpose of deriving pleasure.

Breaking negative habits is quite difficult. However, once you have been able to stop those habits which enhance addiction, you will be surprised to find out that you have been missing out on some benefits.

One of such benefits which comes with stopping negative habits, is relief from stress. Most people who are addicted are not aware of the fact that, there are some extra levels of stress which comes with being addicted, and it affects us mentally. Breaking free from negative habits ensures that you are no longer ensnared to these habits.

Also, a good number of people keep up negative addictive habits because they are bored, and these habits ensures they have some form of company.

It would interest you to know that, boredom in itself is not a physical condition, rather, it is a frame of mind. When you have beneficial activities to take part in, which come with benefits to your mental health, you cannot be bored.

Stopping negative habits also ensures increased concentration and eliminates mental block. People who do not have bad habits do not have problems when it comes to concentration because there are no cravings experienced.

Conclusively, there is an air of confidence and relief which comes with the absence of no negative habits. You would be happy with yourself when you make certain accomplishments because they came as a result of your positive habits and not the negative ones.