The Heisenberg Principle: Breaking Bad Habits



Humans develop habits. It’s naturally built into us. Our knowledge of earliest human behaviour sees our ancestors from thousands of years ago making rituals, building routines and developing habits.

It’s how we learned to survive and how we continue to survive on a daily basis.

The term habit can refer to many different behavioural patterns, from your job, to hobbies, to daily tasks. And they aren’t all necessarily bad either.

These patterns are learned and refined by the pre-frontal cortex of the brain, which uses them like a programmed code as you repeat them over and over again.

Now the word habit tends to have bad connotations, but of course we all have good habits too: positive routines within our days th