You’ve probably heard “Live long, and prosper”, the famous salute from Star Trek. Your life span may seem beyond your control, but identifying and giving up some common toxic habits can have psychological improvements, which can allow you to be happier, and live longer.
Disclaimer: Before we begin, keep in mind, if you can relate to any of these habits, please do not take this feedback as an attack on your character. This video is meant to be a self-improvement guide for those of you who have been feeling a little stuck.
Do you have bad habits that might be damaging your brain? Give this video a watch to find out:
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