It is all about will power and determination and with that you can beat any bad habits or any addiction and with strong determination you can achieve your goal also with a lot of hard work.
Just try this trick. If you want to quit some bad habits and take a short term resolution first....like you will quit it for 21 consecutive days first and then you will see and decide. Just stick to this resolution and you will find that at the the end of 21 days you are no more interested for that bad habit and this is a proven experience and you must try it. So you can say "any thing you want to quit, you can quit it for 21 days first and show enough resilience and at the end of 21 days, that resolution will become your permanent resolution".
I have already tried and tested it and you can also try this and I am pretty sure that it will work for you as well.
All these bad habits are difficult to get rid of. But don't be afraid! This article will teach you how to get rid of your bad habits. More information after jumping!
Full responsibility for your actions. You are the king or queen of your actions - no one is responsible for them except you. When you are behind the driver's seat after three drinks too much, that is your decision. In some cases, it may be more practical than taking a bus or calling a taxi, but that is still your decision. Whether you want it or not, you have your own decision at some point.
Realizing that you are fully responsible for your actions can make you feel overwhelmed or even paralyzed at first. You begin to realize that each of your actions has an impact, and that the reaction is very different from what you imagined when you acted in the first place. This is a scary thought.
But in the end, fully responsible for your empowering actions. You are the maker of your own destiny. In certain norms, no one else can tell you what to do. Full responsibility for your actions gives you freedom. You begin to understand how habits can become metaphorical chains, and how to break them can free you.
Start observing the consequences and benefits of your habits. Make a list of simple pros / con about what your habits give. Try cruelly, be honest with yourself. You can do it. The following is a list of pros / con, for example, smoking:
Feel calm and energy from nicotine
Helps with short-term stress
Opportunities for social ice breakers
Help me feel stylish
Many long-term and destructive health problems
Gets very addictive very fast
If misused, cut my life short by year 
Start weighing short-term rewards with long-term consequences. Usually, we justify habits that we know are bad because we value disproportionately short-term rewards for long-term effects. And that is because we cannot see long-term effects - they are far in the future, difficult to judge, sometimes uncertain. It's much easier to see and feel short-term benefits.
For example, maybe you are a breakfast skipper. You try to lose weight, so you convince yourself to do it. In the short term, you can lose a few pounds and feel better about your body. But in the long run, the weight is likely to return (because you are not dieting properly), and you are planting seeds of eating disorders.
Keep breaking one habit at a time. You may feel empowered by your decision to overcome all your bad behavior - and that's good! But don't put the train in front of the horse. Stick to one habit first. Trying to stop all your bad habits at once can be very heavy; it's better to take your time and solve one forever than to rush through the process and finally get rid of no bad habits.
Don't take small setbacks too seriously. If you fall from a cart and accidentally enjoy your bad habits, don't give up all hope. Calm yourself back and get back on track. Small setbacks will occur - pretending that they will not only be dishonest with yourself. Instead, learn from your setbacks and try to ensure that they won't happen again.
Chains of propensity are too light to be felt until the point when they are too overwhelming to be in any way broken" ~ Warren Smorgasbord
Unfortunate propensities are only addictions. In the event that you smoke, drink, or sit in front of the television late around evening time, regardless of realizing that you need to hurry to the workplace following day early morning, at that point this is only an enslavement.
Judson Brewer, chief of the Restorative Neuroscience Lab at the Middle for Care in Pharmaceutical, Medicinal services, and Society at the College of Massachusetts Therapeutic School and creator of The Hankering Brain: From Cigarettes to Cell phones to Love – Why We Get Snared and How We Can Bring an end to Unfortunate propensities advocates the utilization of care for getting out from under any negative behavior pattern. Indeed, he guarantees that care can be said as 'best quality level' for treating cigarette enslavement patients.
In any case, we have to make this very inquiry: for what reason do we have negative behavior patterns in any case?
It is on the grounds that when you are experiencing pressure, tension, or not feeling great in any way, at that point you endeavor to discover something which influences you to rest easy. So you accomplish something that has influenced you to feel great before.. You had the experience of desensitizing your mind for at some point using nicotine or liquor for a brief timeframe. That transient joy currently appears as an enslavement.
Brewer proposes that care is the device through which you can dispose of your enslavement and he terms this 4 stage care equation to fix negative behavior pattern as "RAIN: Perceive, Acknowledge, Examine, and Note.
Brewer discloses that with a specific end goal to dispose of any negative behavior patterns or purported compulsion, there are four phases included and straightforwardly or in a roundabout way it includes care of the circumstance deliberately. How about we expound this one by one by taking case of any of your addictions.
1. Perceive: At whatever point you feel a hankering for smoke or drink, or say eating another container cake, the initial step is to perceive the sentiment of longing for in your body. For my situation, while composing this book, I am discontinuously considering changing my regard for something else which will give me moment satisfaction, such as checking something on Facebook. When you understand what you're desiring, you shouldn't promptly rushed to snatch that thing or get caught by that enthusiastic inclination, rather you have to 'perceive' that inclination right then and there.
2. Acknowledge: The subsequent stage is to 'acknowledge' that inclination emerging in your body. That is bit precarious and troublesome. It frequently stings. Presently the great part is you don't need to do anything yet. Yet, the troublesome stuff is that you are feeling awkward and need to scratch that tingle, yet you can't do that. Brewer prescribed that you need to recognize your acknowledgment in a little dynamic manner, similar to gesture your head or simply say, 'approve, I got you'.
3. Examine: The following consistent advance in the process is the reasoning work. You need to investigate the purpose for your unfortunate propensity or compulsion. For what reason would you like to go out and get a smoke? For what reason would I like to switch the tab and get diverted while composing? You shouldn't force your brain not to consider that, somewhat you need to stir interest concerning why that hankering is coming. Here is the part of care. As your hankering develops, you perceive how it feels in your body. The principle point here is to get separated with that idea of needing. Decisively for the reason that you are not that idea. You are separate from that idea.
4. Note: The fourth step is to take mental note of the feelings emerging in your body. Simply give a solitary word or short expression to put a name on what you feel. There is a neuroscience behind this taking note of. Taking a note of feeling diminishes the effect of the feelings.