B. J. Fogg

Individuals Must Change Habits for Better Health

  • Are you thinking about being more active?
  • Have you been trying to cut back on fattening foods?
  • Are you starting to eat better and be more active but having a hard time sticking with these changes?

Old habits die hard. Changing your habits is a process involving several stages. Sometimes it takes a while before changes turn into new habits. You may face challenges along the way.

But adopting new, healthier habits may protect you from serious health problems, such as diabetes. New habits may also help you look better and feel more energetic. After a while, if you stick with these changes, they may become a part of your daily routine

Persuasive Design, Designing Behaviors, Habits, Health

B. J. Fogg
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