Controlling your behavior can be as simple as controlling your environmental stimuli!

Let’s talk about a simple trick that can help you build better habits – it’s called environmental stimulus control. πŸ˜‰
This means removing the stimuli and making it harder to get to things that tempt you to make unhealthy choices.

For example, if you’re trying to lose weight, you could get rid of all the high-fat, sugar-loaded, tempting foods in your kitchen. By doing this, you reduce the chance of giving in to cravings and make it easier to choose healthier foods.

So, think about the things in your environment that lead to habits you want to change.

πŸ’ͺ Find ways to put less of those things around. At the same time, replace them with healthy foods to build stimulus-response connections to better choices, bringing you one step closer to a healthier you!

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