Next, we would do a walking meditation. The point of this, Jennifer explained,
was to focus on the feeling of our feet on the floor, nothing else. She
demonstrated how to fold our hands in front of our stomach so they wouldn't be
distracting and ...
Author: Claire Booth
Publisher: LifeTree Media
Claire Booth was a successful but stressed-out market research entrepreneur and executive suffering from what she calls "achiever fever"—constant striving coupled with chronic feelings of inadequacy. Sick and tired of feeling miserable, self-help skeptic Booth decides to try anything that might bring relief, from mindfulness to martial arts, from spending ten days in silence to "smiling" at her spleen. At first, Booth is fearful that slowing down and softening up will mean losing her professional edge. Instead, she discovers a more joyful and purposeful life, one that also turns out to be good for business. Bolstered by her own survey of other high-achieving professionals, The Achiever Fever Cure is a frank, funny, and inspiring story of Booth's road to recovery. Recognize any of these symptoms? This book offers inspiration to help you put your own achiever fever on ice. A strong need to prove yourself Fear you won’t live up to your potential Measuring self-worth by accomplishments A need to have everything under control Persistent self-criticism and habitual worry
The walking in the grass is followed by walking with covered feet on a dry path ,
first more quickly , by and by in the ordinary measure . The time of so walking
depends on the feet becoming dry and warm , but should not be less than 15 ...
Tested for More Than 35 Years and Published for the Cure of Diseases and the
Preservation of Health Sebastian Kneipp ... The walking in the grass is followed
by walking with covered feet on a dry path , first more quickly , by and by in the ...
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moderately indulged in , to be followed by inability to keep the thoughts to this
point , or by distressing drowsiness or actual sleep ; the walking exercise , in
short , having ...
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require carriage exercise , in preference to either . The power which is called into
action in walking , is supplied for the purpose , from the brain and the spinal cord
, the ...
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pointed for - , with flat feet are always bad walkers , and when extensors of the
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Walking Walking is the exercise of choice for many mothers, because it's easy to
bring the baby along. Many physiotherapists will recommend walking because it
is low impact and gentle on the joints. One stroller-walking study noted that new ...
Author: Dr Oscar Serrallach
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
It's all too common to hear new mums talk about 'baby brain' and extreme fatigue. But what if it wasn't the physical toll of giving birth, breastfeeding or chasing a toddler that was sapping your strength? What it if was something deeper? Dr. Oscar Serallach has spent his medical career witnessing women fail hormonally, nutritionally and emotionally to get back on their feet after having a baby. The true cause? A syndrome he calls postnatal depletion. THE POSTNATAL DEPLETION CURE is the first book to name the syndrome and to offer a practical programme to help mothers replenish their bodies after having a baby. The book includes a comprehensive guide to the nutrients women need to enhance organ function and balance hormones, along with advice on how to maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine and get necessary rest, despite the demands of motherhood. Filled with prescriptive takeaways and many success stories, THE POSTNATAL DEPLETION CURE will help mothers be the best they can be physically and emotionally.
Walk with your spouse or a friend. But make sure that you're both committed to walking because chatting will slow you down. This is true, also, of walking with
your dog. Save that type of walking for the additional activity because you won't
Author: Chauncey Crandall
Publisher: Humanix Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Heart disease kills more people than any other medical condition. And no one is more aware of this than top cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall, who has performed over 40,000 heart procedures during his career. In his new book, The Simple Heart Cure, you’ll find this top doc’s groundbreaking approach to preventing and reversing heart disease — an approach honed by his study of foreign cultures free of heart disease and decades of experience helping patients achieve a healthier heart at any age. Dr. Crandall is living proof of his program’s success. At the age of 48, and with no major risk factors, he found himself in the ER with a “widow-maker” blockage of his main coronary artery. After emergency heart surgery, he recovered from heart disease using the same course of treatment he recommends to his thousands of patients — and details for your benefit — in The Simple Heart Cure. His unique perspective as both doctor and patient helps him empathize with the difficulties in making a transition from years of bad habits to a heart-healthy way of life. Plus, Dr. Crandall believes in using every weapon in his medical arsenal — conventional medicine, emerging treatments, lifestyle changes, even alternative therapies — to help his patients recover. Here are just a few of the potentially life-saving gems you’ll discover: • Proven ways to banish bad cholesterol • How to slash your risk of a deadly heart attack by 61% • 8 easy steps to head off that high blood pressure • How you can safeguard against stroke • Simple strategies to unclog your arteries without surgery • What your belly says about your heart health • Must-have heart tests for everyone over 50 • Easy solutions to steer clear of statin drugs, and much more... So whether you just want to prevent heart problems, or you’ve already had a heart attack, you’ll find the help you need in The Simple Heart Cure, along with tasty, heart-healthy menus and a 90-day week-by-week plan to help you start taking action immediately.
cure. or. social. curse? The. psychological. impact. of. extreme. events. during.
the. Kosovo. conflict. Blerina Kellezi Stephen D. Reicher University of St.
Andrews INTRODUCTION: THE PSYCHOLOGY AND POLITICS OF
HUMILIATION As this ...
Author: Jolanda Jetten
Publisher: Psychology Press
A growing body of research shows that social networks and identities have a profound impact on mental and physical health. With such mounting evidence of the importance of social relationships in protecting health, the challenge we face is explaining why this should be the case. What is it that social groups offer that appears to be just as beneficial as a daily dose of vitamin C or regular exercise? This edited book brings together the latest research on how group memberships, and the social identities associated with them, determine people’s health and well-being. The volume provides a variety of perspectives from clinical, social, organisational and applied fields that offer theoretical and empirical insights into these processes and their consequences. The contributions present a rich and novel analysis of core theoretical issues relating to the ways in which social identities, and factors associated with them (such as social support and a sense of community), can bolster individuals’ sense of self and contribute to physical and mental health. In this way it is shown how social identities constitute a ‘social cure’, capable of promoting adjustment, coping and well-being for individuals dealing with a range of illnesses, injuries, trauma and stressors. In addition, these theories provide a platform for practical strategies that can maintain and enhance well-being, particularly among vulnerable populations. Contributors to the book are at the forefront of these developments and the book’s strength derives from its analysis of factors that shape the health and well-being of a broad range of groups. It presents powerful insights which have important implications for health, clinical, social and organisational psychology and a range of cognate fields.
Walker gives the following analysis of the actions concerned in walking : “ For the
purpose of walking , we first bear upon one leg the weight of the body , which
presses equally upon both . The other leg is then raised , and the foot quits the ...
In some circles, this malady is known as the "Walking Zombie Syndrome". Once
the therapist is able to utilize the tools taught in this course, he or she will notice a
dramatic increase in patient improvement. Once the underlying cause is brought
Author: Larry M. McDaniel
The methodology taught in this book is cutting edge therapy for those suffering from the aftermath of psychologically traumatic event(s) in their life. Combat traumas, auto wrecks, death of loved ones; the list goes on and on. The root cause must be discovered and then the associated tension released. This is most effectively achieved through regressive hypnotherapy. It is the greatest method ever devised for personal traumatic events.
Memory improvement. A recent study showed that brisk walks boost memory in
older adults.10 when subjects walked 6 to 9 miles during the week, they had
better brain function. Interestingly, additional walking didn't seem to have any
Author: Alexa Fleckenstein
Category: Health & Fitness
Many doctors tell their patients how to manage diabetes, but why should they simply manage it when they can be rid of it once and for all? In The Diabetes Cure, Alexa Fleckenstein presents a groundbreaking plan to do just that by targeting the real cause of diabetes: inflammation. The book instructs readers on how to use the five essentials of health to achieve a diabetes-free life. Through easy, quick exercises (how does 5 minutes a day sound?); tasty, anti-inflammatory recipes; and many other innovative tips, Dr. Fleckenstein lays out a clear, manageable plan to leave diabetes behind. And ending the struggle with blood sugar is just the start, as this 5-step plan also teaches readers how to shed 5, 10, or even 50 pounds along the way. Complete with success stories featuring people who followed the plan and not only lost weight (up to 50 pounds) but were also no longer diagnosed as diabetic, The Diabetes Cure teaches readers what’s really causing their diabetes, shows them how to banish cravings once and for all, and provides the tools to help them take back control of their lives.
The disease had been formed three years and a half , and the weakness of the
legs was such , that he could not imitate the motions of walking in the smallest
degree . This weakness was obe viously from a defect of the nutrition of the parts
As little as five minutes of simple exercises such as walking, isometrics, or muscle
flexing proved as effective as a ... for developing diabetes.78 Similarly, data from
the U.S. Cancer Prevention 70 THERE IS A CURE FOR DIABETES Thank You ...
Author: Gabriel Cousens
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Health & Fitness
"Presents a breakthrough approach that reverses diabetes to a physiology of health and well-being by resetting the genetic expression of a person's DNA through green juice fasting and a 100% organic, nutrient-dense, vegan, low-glycemic, low-insulin-scoring, and high-mineral diet of living foods in the first 21 days"--Provided by publisher.
THE WALKING CURE The city of Leiden in southern Holland is situated in such a
manner that two separate branches of the Rhine enter from the east and unite in
the center, where an old castle once stood. Intersecting the broad quays of the ...
Author: Stuart Feder
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Performing Arts
"The final crisis of Mahler's career occurred in 1910, when he learned that his wife, Alma, was having an affair with the architect Walter Gropius. The revelation precipitated a breakdown while Mahler was working on his Tenth Symphony. The anguished, suicidal notes Mahler scrawled across the manuscript of the unfinished symphony reveal his troubled state. It was a four-hour consultation with Sigmund Freud in Leiden, Holland, that restored the composer's equilibrium. Although Mahler left little record of what transpired in Leiden, Stuart Feder has reconstructed the encounter on the basis of surviving evidence. The cumulative stresses of the crises in Mahler's life, in particular Alma's betrayal, left him physically and emotionally vulnerable. He became ill and died soon after in 1911."--BOOK JACKET.
I felt connected to the characters throughout the novel. Jason van Deventer,
Journalist, Producer, East Coast Radio. Truly gripping! I started The Cure last
night and read until my eyes ached and I was a walking zombie. Woke up this
Author: Morad Zaffron
Publisher: Real African Publishers
Corporate greed meets scientific altruism in Morad Zaffron's white-knuckle thriller, The Cure. Dr. Susan Conner, a beautiful but traumatized, drug-dependent widow, goes to work for a global pharmaceutical company dispensing a cure for a lethal virus. At first patients get better, but soon they begin vanishing or dying, and Susan suddenly finds her own life on the line. Believing her salvation might lie with Dr. Vincent Bach, the young scientist who developed the cure, she is desperate to find him; but she is on the run as a fugitive from the police and the FBI and is also being hunted by assassins hired by the drug corporation. A taut, tense medical drama, The Cure explores big business, new medicine, and whether true love can indeed conquer all.
Colleen had a tendency to be easily stressed and anxious and overate sweets
and starches. A bright, talented woman, she was always looking for answers.
After reading The Diet Cure, she started taking aminos and the basic
Author: Julia Ross
Category: Health & Fitness
Are you a part of the bad mood epidemic? Here are the answers you've been looking for! Julia Ross’s plan provides a natural cure for your mood. Drawing on thirty years of experience, she presents breakthrough solutions to overcoming depression, anxiety, irritability, stress, and other negative emotional states that are diminishing the quality of our lives. Her comprehensive program is based on the use of four mood-building amino acids and other surprisingly potent nutrient supplements, plus a diet rich in good-mood foods such as protein, healthy fat, and certain key vegetables. Including an individualized mood-type questionnaire, The Mood Cure has all the tools to help you get started today and feel better tomorrow. From the Trade Paperback edition.
If your company is enlightened enough to offer a walking trail down in the
building's atrium, use it. If not, make do with what you've got. You can even make
the fire stairs into your own StairMaster. Any of these activities can kick your body
Author: Laura Stack
LAURA STACK, MBA, CSP, is a personal productivity expert and the author of Leave the Office Earlier and Find More Time. As a professional speaker, she helps workers Leave the Office Earlier® with Maximum Results in Minimum Time™. Laura is the president of The Productivity Pro®, Inc., an international time management company whose clients include Microsoft, GM, Time Warner, Lockheed Martin, and Bank of America. Feeling fatigued? Wish you could have more get-up-and-go? If you’re like millions of Americans, you get home from a long day with barely enough energy to lift the remote control. But with Laura Stack’s comprehensive plan, you can regain your vitality in just three weeks. Let The Productivity Pro® help you eliminate the “energy bandits” from all aspects of your life--from your diet and your work schedule to your environment and your relationships--so you can start living in a way that will boost your energy. Focusing on simple changes that make a huge difference, The Exhaustion Cure presents manageable ways to: Cut down on “energy bandits” and fill up on “energy boosters.” Stop relying on caffeine, cigarettes and other substances to keep you going. Avoid letting negative situations or people control your thoughts and actions. Sneak in time for fitness during the busiest days. Accomplish your goals and find more time to devote to your family.