How Long Does it Take to Break a Bad Habit?
The most severe habits can be broken in 66 days. This was summed up in a report by University College London researchers.
According to their analysis, each new habit is formed over a period of 2 months, for some people it may take only 18 days and for others it may take up to 254.
By "habit", researchers mean any type of human behaviour that goes by a particular pattern - eating and sleeping, smoking, resting methods, etc.
Scientists say that humans quit smoking faster if they are threatened with a dangerous disease.
Prior to the last fundamental study, it was thought that a habit is formed for 21 days. At least that's what plastic surgeon Maxwell Maltz said in his 1960 book Psycho-Cybernetics. Then he discovered that his clients needed just as much time to get used to the plastic changes on their face.
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