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Learning to Self-Nudge Helps Improve Self-Control

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Despite knowing better, humans often make unhealthy choices. And when we make choices that aren’t good for us, we feel bad about it later.

But a new study suggests it is possible to strengthen our self-control by making simple changes to our environment. Researchers from the University of Helsinki and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development explain that enhancing the ability to improve self-control is always important but may be even more so in adapting to life in self-isolation.

Indeed, we are all figuring out how to restructure our lives. Home confinement may mean greater temptations as the kitchen and pantry are literally down the hall.

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