What’s your addiction? Let me ask you? What is your addiction? Do you know that you don’t have to use illegal drugs to be an addict. How many people do you know who cannot start their morning without a cup of caffeine-laden coffee? Are you the kind of person who likes to drink soda throughout the entire day. And start to get headaches without them? Maybe you smoke cigarettes, drink wine every night or use a prescription pill just to get through the day Here is how you figure out what you are addicted to: Hey, figure out what you can’t get through the day without and then disregard anything… that is necessary for survival such as water, food, sleep, and other necessary needs. What’s left are the things that you have formed some sort of dependence on… either physical, psychological or both. Here is the truth: even if a certain addiction is considered socially acceptable, it may not necessarily be good for your body. For example.. drinking coffee. Do you know that excessive caffeine usage might… eventually lead to brittle bones? Are you aware of the fact that alcohol consumption can harm your liver over time? If you want to quit your addictions, here are 2 easy tips that I recommend. Tip #1 – Decide! Decide, if you really want to quit those addiction. If there’s no action to quit you haven’t truly decide. Think about how your addiction has affected your physical health Are you at greater risk for getting cancer, heart disease or another illness as a result of your addiction? Maybe the addiction has already taken a noticeable physical damage. Tip #2 – Cut out as many TRIGGERS as possible. If you smoke when you drink, then don’t go to the bar. If you eat chocolate when they are in the house, then throw them all away. If the first thing you do when you sit on the couch is pick up the TV remote… then hide the remote in a closet in a different room. Make it easier for yourself to break all these addictions by avoiding the things that cause them. Change your environment and you can change the outcome. A person without any so-called addiction is a healthier and happier person. If your ultimate goal is to be healthier and happier person… then it is time to take a hard look at what might be stopping you from achieving that goal.