Do you struggle with life? Battling Anxiety? Depression? Managing your time? Motivation? On a daily basis. Want to know some very simple self-help methods that can greatly increase your joy of living? You are looking at the book that could change your life.
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What if I told you that age, diet and exercise aren’t the only factors contributing to losing weight? Believe it or not, your way of thinking plays a huge role in your weight loss journey. The thoughts you process, the things you believe in, and what you tell yourself every day, influences your life more than you could imagine.
Rick Dorr offers a fresh perceptive to life and helps readers reprogram their thought processes to get what they want. Focusing on setbacks and events that make us feel powerless and worthless, Dorr explains that when bad things happen, we must acknowledge them and choose to look at them from a different – and more positive – light.
This book is a must read for anyone who lives with Lyme Disease, autoimmune disease and chronic pain and are looking for alternative healing options to find hope, support and purpose in their lives again.
Change your diet, change your life is not a diet plan, but rather teaches you how incorporating the 6 natural doctors, diet, exercise, sunshine, proper hydration, proper breathing and proper rest can lead to a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Use These Delicious And Nutrient Rich Recipes Today To Take Control Of Your Health And Create More Energy Than You Could Dream! Ancient Techniques For Today’s Modern Lifestyle!
The age of forty is a wonderful time of life. However, it can be filled with many physical and emotional changes and potential health concerns. Despite the challenges you may face, it is possible to take steps to enhance your wellness.
The truth is, you need to get healthy to lose weight. The Seven Principles of Fat Burning shows you how. Dr. Berg thoroughly educates readers and puts them right where they should be: in charge of their own weight.
For many people heart failure might sound like something that is a game-changer from which there is no way back to a normal life. For Daniel Weiniger it was something else. Having suffered a near fatal second heart attack and been told that 80% of his heart had died, he then spent 55 days in three hospitals, facing major surgery and an uphill battle.
Lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (PAD) affects more than 8 million people in the United States and over 202 million people globally. My goal in writing this book is to educate you and your family about the most important aspects of PAD.