Habits and Addiction

What is the difference between a habit and an addiction?

 

  • With addiction - there is a psychological/physical component; the person is unable to control the aspects of the addiction without help because of the mental or physical conditions involved.
  • With habit - it is done by choice. The person with the habit can choose to stop, and will subsequently stop successfully if they want to, as the psychological/physical component is not as prevalent  as it is with an addiction. 

 

However, a habit can also develop into an addicition,  as some people may start to experience damaging psychological and/or physical effects when they try to stop the habit due to continuous reliance on the habit over time.

Through hypnotherapy I can work with you to identify and tackle these issues and their triggers.  

 

Please contact me for more details on: 07804692046 or at jayne.clearpathway@gmail.com

 

 

 





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