Habit based booklet

Habit-based approaches to making lifestyle changes is a relatively new way of helping people make changes that are more likely to “stick” or be maintained in the longer term.

Research has shown that between 45% – 85% of what we do each day is habitual and most are sub-conscious or automatic, meaning we do them without thinking about it. Examples include putting our seatbelt on after getting into a car, washing our hands after going to the toilet and driving home from work.

To read more on this very interesting topic, we have written a Habit Based Booklet which can be found on the Health & Wellbeing tab, then “What’s New” and scroll down to the link.

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