3 reasons why improving an existing habit is better than changing it altogether
Changing a habit, not to mention getting rid of one, is probably one of the most difficult tasks one can do. We all know it either by supporting others in their efforts to make a change in their lives, or by trying to make one of our own.
The average amount of time needed to adjust to a new habit (or to eliminate an old one) is about 60 days of strictness and precision, in order to create a new default. Any of us who have ever tried to change a habit must know how much devotion and determination is needed on the way to success.
It’s also fair to say that there are things we don’t want to change that much, as we know they are not serving our best interests and yet, they’re either convenient, easy or just not that harmful. So trying to change one of them is pretty much an uphill climb.
When it comes to improving our lives, health habits might be the most difficult to change. Our nutrition, physical activity and sleep habits are almost inherent, taught to us before we start making our own choices. If these habits weren’t hard enough to manage, tech habits are really not easier to deal with. Social media giants are using entire departments to keep us addicted to their algorithms. So in fact, adopting a new health habit altogether while getting rid of an old tech habit, is nearly an impossible mission.
Finding a balance between health habits and tech habits sounds like a complicated task. Yet, we at Elvy are trying to make things easier for you. Based on the understanding that we all have important things to do with our phones before going to sleep, that we all need to charge our phones throughout the night. Also taking into consideration that only a few of us are willing to place our phones in a different room or far enough to ensure EMF radiation protection, we want to provide a happy medium.
With the Elvy Charger you can choose to keep your phone right next to you and still upgrade your sleeping environment. Protect yourself and your loved ones from radiation damages, blue light exposure, sleep interference and all of the possible health conditions that usually follow low sleeping quality.
Elvy, Same habit, just safer.