For the most part, people tend to think that only alcohol and drug-addicted individuals have dangerous triggers. More specifically, there are moments throughout an addict’s daily routine that “inspire” him or her to get a fix. And this rule doesn’t apply to people who aren’t addicted to stimulants. At least, that is the general consensus.
But this couldn’t be further from the truth, because there are good people who make bad choices every day, and they don’t realize it. Yes, some decisions are not really up to you, given that your subconscious has been programmed to react in a certain way when introduced to a specific trigger.
Here are some examples:
Individuals who fight the natural urge to sleep not only shorten their life but they are likely to suffer from bouts of depression as well. Without proper recovery time, the body can’t sustain focus and energy. But still, some people give up valuable sleep to make money, or socialize more, or to get more things done. Eventually, the natural process of sleeping turns into a daily challenge.
Stopping for fast-food every day because we don’t have time to cook is one of the reasons an obesity problem exists. And while nobody is going to judge us for making burgers our daily lunch – and it might not seem like there are too many things to worry about – this habit can lead to a heart attack. And what about diabetes? High cholesterol? A much quicker death?
Too Little Exercise
Consciously choosing to do as little as possible for as long as possible won’t just make you feel old before you hit 30, it will speed up the “draining” process. In other words, your body gets programmed to produce less energy, seeing as you don’t need it for anything.
Every single day people make bad decisions that influence their quality of life. But many people also realize it at some point, and they want to change these bad habits. For example, they want to stop smoking or eat better. Maybe they want to fall asleep without using pills?
Hypnotherapy is the perfect way to address these bad habits, triggers, and subconscious choices that lead to a bad quality of life. However, you only want to use professionals like Positive Tranceformations if you are serious about replacing bad habits with good ones.
That’s right. Hypnotherapy can literally help you replace typical bad choices with healthy alternatives, but only if you are willing to see the change through.
Now you have to ask yourself – how do your choices influence your life today?