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Saturday, 9 May 2020

Lifestyle: Good and Bad Habits

Good and Bad Habits
Most occasions we do things that we never observe that aren't right, and before we know it, bit by bit and reliably we are now into it and we think that its hard to stop it these things are called BAD HABITS and this will be our subject of conversation today. What's more, on the off chance that you would ask me, what is a Habit?

Artistically, the propensity is an activity done on customary premise, its an activity performed over and over and consequently typically without mindfulness. What's more, you would concur with me that there are mostly two sorts of propensity that we as a whole know and know about which is the GOOD and BAD propensity. In any case, fundamentally, today our emphasis will be on the BAD propensity. Propensity assumes a significant job in our regular day to day existence and everybody at one point or the other gain various propensities. What's more, this leads us to the inquiry:

What is a BAD HABIT? 
A Bad habit is a behaviour which is considered to be detrimental to one's physical or mental health which is often linked to lack of self-control. Detrimental in what way if you would ask me? it means habits that are harmful and habits that can cause damage to our bodies.
  Listed below are habits that we might consider not bad but are VERY BAD:
  • Nail-biting. (Can cause infection)
  • Hair Picking.
  • Nose picking
  • Cracking your knuckles.
  • Speaking with one’s mouth full.
  • Picking your teeth in public places.
  • Excessive salt intake.
  • Chewing Gum.
  • Biting your pen.
  • Interruption during conversations.
  • Sleeping with Makeup (this is very much peculiar amongst the female gender).
  • Not brushing your teeth before food.
  • Procrastinating.
  • Falling asleep in public places.
  • Belching.
  • Leaving your valuables in random places.
  • Spitting.
  • Annoying people on purpose.
  • Talking while eating
  • Scratching an itch and many more.
    I would be shedding more light on some of the Bad Habits dittoed:
  • Let’s take a look at Interruption during conversations:  Most or I would say a large percentage of the populace is guilty of especially when an an argument takes place or in a social setting i.e. among friends, family etc. But it’s a bad habit we all can avoid. This means that when any conversation is ongoing, we should cultivate the habit of allowing one person to talk at a time i.e. once we notice an individual is talking be it older or younger, we should learn to cultivate the habit of keeping quiet at that particular point in time till that individual is done with his/her talking.

  • Another Bad Habit I would like us to examine is: Leaving your valuables in random places. Majority of individuals both young and old are guilty of this. In most Nigerian homes I would say most of us leave our valuables at random places such as dropping your keys on your living room table, taking off our shoes in the living room, placing your purse/wallet on the couch and many more, such habits have been highlighted to be very bad and one must ensure of turning a new leaf as soon as possible.

  • Lastly, another Bad Habit I would like us to take a look at is Falling asleep in public places: I would say the majority of persons are on this table some persons are conveniently sitting on it. I would say it is natural for some people to fall asleep in public places because of the nature of their job. As individuals, we can help ourselves by standing up and walking around and if we find ourselves in an environment where we can walk around, we can shake our legs, we can lick menthol sweets. Chewing gum as stated above is a bad habit so, therefore, it is a bad habit to chew gum in public places in other to prevent us from sleeping.

You might be wondering why some of the habits afore listed are good habits don’t be deceived, there are many more but just to mention a few. I would like to implore us all that if are into any of the BAD HABITS aforementioned it is never too late to turn a new leaf.

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