It can take anywhere between 21 and 66 days to form a new habit. Repeating a behavior either positive or negative creates momentum that continues to move you forward. It may be time to ask yourself if you are moving in the direction that you want to go.
We all have our own forms of autopilot, whether it is a cup of coffee first thing in the morning, or reaching for a can of soda in the afternoon. Have you ever thought to question these automatic impulses, and consider if they are in alignment with your goals?
Anything that you expect to attain positive results from takes a commitment of time and energy. Just as a regular yoga practice will increase your flexibility, consistent chiropractic and massage will realign your body, and improve your overall function.
So next time you reach for your standard habitual response to the inevitable aches and pains of daily life, take a moment and reconsider. Is it a habit? Is it healthy? Is it ultimately benefiting your body, or just getting you through the day? Perhaps it is time to consider a new approach.
If your habits have you stalled at the intersection of this is no longer working and there must be a better way, it may be time to consider how chiropractic and massage therapy could put you on the road to creating positive change in your life.