Feeling Bored! Six Bad Habits That Can Contribute


Cause

    Feeling bored is common tendency, but some of our daily practices can lead to boredom in one’s life. Psychologists believe that change some of the routine habits can offer relief to those who are suffering from a sense of emptiness and lack of engagement.

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Mindlessly scrolling through social media

    Spending excessive time on social media can lead to boredom because it often involves passive consumption of content without much engagement.

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Avoiding new experiences

    Sticking to the same routine and avoiding trying new things can lead to monotony and boredom.

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Over-reliance on technology

    Constantly relying on technology for entertainment can desensitize you to other sources of enjoyment, making you more prone to boredom when technology isnt available.

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Procrastination

    Putting off tasks and activities that you enjoy or need to do can leave you with a lot of idle time, increasing the likelihood of feeling bored.

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Lack of goals

    Not having clear goals or objectives can lead to a sense of aimlessness and boredom, as theres nothing motivating to work towards.

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Isolating yourself

    Spending too much time alone without social interaction or meaningful connections can lead to feelings of loneliness and boredom.

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