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Behaviourceutical is here to cure you of your bad habits and behaviours
Behavioural problems in families, schools, workplaces and public places are on the rise. In turn, it has given rise to new market in the form of 'behaviourceutical' being practiced by clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, family therapists and social psychologists.

It needs to be understood that our own behaviour and acquired habits can make or mar our health to a large extend. The research in neuro-science has established that certain daily life activities produce the right kind of brain chemicals and neural networks to give a feeling of joy. 

Certain hobbies combining physical and creative actions work as behaviourceutical treatment can help us to activate the motor and reward areas of the brain to produce dopamine which is the joy-giving chemical. 

Therefore, pick up a hobby and make it a habit. Gardening is a common hobby that can be easily cultivated. Pursue the hobby for half an hour in the morning and evening to keep you joyful.

Even loud reading from inspiring books and chanting elevating hymns can provide joy as well as improve your articulation and diction.

Another habit one can acquire is spend some time with person whom you revere and hold in high esteem to listen to him and her.

Read the sketch note to get aware of the importance of behaviourceutical and select a hobby to cultivate and make it a habit and use your brain a tool of happy or joyful life.

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