By Bren Lee Gomez, Refinery29
.With nail biting recently being identified as a form of OCD, it's easy to understand why this bad habit is so hard to break. For lifetime biters, the act is comforting, automatic, stress-relieving, and seemingly impossible to quit. But with the popularity of nail art stronger than ever and the countless products to put and keep your nails in rehab, it's time to quit for good - here's how to do it.
Identify Your Triggers
Nail biters have all tried the popular treatments: nail polish that discourages biting by leaving a bad taste in your mouth, sitting on your hands, chewing gum instead of chewing your nails. Been there, done that, still biting your nails? Pay attention to what makes you start gnawing. Did you notice a hangnail? Is it an uneven ridge that you just have to file down with your teeth until it's even? Does it happen when you're anxious during suspenseful movies or bored during long drives? Figure out what makes you start biting, and