Habits and behavior are physical manifestations conjugated to manage our “Emotional Intelligence.” Poor personal management leads to the development of unhealthy, harmful habits and a host of deplorable behaviors. These include, but are not limited to, alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse, and increasingly, epidemic rates of tech toxicity. Dramatically reduce access, over-abuse or eliminate availability to any of these elements from the desires of a "needy" addict, there is a good chance needless and oftentimes unbearable pain, suffering and devastating tragedies consequently materialize.
The “great” news is that our physical composition requires only three simple ingredients: Air, Water, and Food, and incidentally in that particular order. The good news, for the many fortunate among us, readily available and in good supply.
However, dramatically decrease, abuse, or eliminate any one of these three “life-sustaining” activities and our state of mind will immediately develop a sense of panic and paranoia. Proper ingestion and assimilation of these essential ingredients are crucial to human survival, let alone well-being. In order for anyone to effectively juggle these three requisites, science requires us to rationalize reality; that is to say, adequately nourish our physical "needs" in order to grow and prosper, contrary to our mental or emotional" wants"that are subjectively distorted by misconception, and by both personal cognitive and unconscious bias.