The official lifestyle companion guide to Dr. David Perlmutter's revolutionary approach to vibrant health, as described in his international best sellers Grain Brain, The Grain Brain Cookbook, and Brain Maker. With over a million copies sold worldwide, Dr. Perlmutter's novels have changed the lives of people across the globe, revealing the devastating truth about the effects of gluten on the brain and teaching us how to reprogram our genetic destiny.
In this era of mass consumption, we are all drowning in 'stuff', despite our best efforts to keep on top of the clutter that collects in our homes, our office spaces and even our cars. All this clutter causes us mental anguish. However, as we all know, throwing things away can be difficult - it clashes with the values instilled in us from an early age of not wasting things, reusing items and keeping things 'for a rainy day'. Simply put, we feel guilty about getting rid of things. Enter Nagisa Tatsumi and her bold suggestion - that it's okay to throw stuff away.
Emily Reynolds is mad. After years of trying - and failing - to cope with her symptoms, she was finally diagnosed as bipolar in her early 20s. Since then Emily has been on a mission to find the best way to live with her illness, and now she wants to share that knowledge with you. Living with mental illness is isolating, infuriating and painful - but also very boring and, sometimes, kind of gross. A Beginner's Guide to Losing Your Mind is a companion to make the journey feel a little less lonely.
Practical mindfulness techniques and advice for the worried to the seriously stressed. This accessible book provides readers with mindfulness-based techniques to reduce worry, anxiety, stress and panic attacks. It will help readers deal with anxiety-inducing episodes by learning to accept and overcome strong emotions without getting caught up in negative and damaging thoughts.
Do you constantly find yourself battling to stop your kids from spending hours in front of a screen? Whether it's a TV, an iPad, a PC or a PlayStation, children are spending more and more time absorbed in the digital world, and for most parents it's a cause for concern. The most frequent question parenting expert Noel Janis-Norton is asked by desperate parents is how to limit and manage screen time.
Hospital visits, calendar watching, disheartening test results and scheduled sex can make trying for a baby a stressful experience, and the strain it puts on couples and individuals struggling with infertility can impact hugely on the likelihood of successful conception. With an approach that puts well-being at the heart of fertility, this easy-to-follow guide by top fertility specialist Ann Bracken offers a proven successful alternative to formal counselling.
Using the metaphor of the hit film Groundhog Day, Paul Hannam presents his inspiration blueprint for making meaningful changes in your life. Paul Hannam has developed a programme based on the hidden, underlying road map to freedom found in the film Groundhog Day.
The scientifically proven route to enriching and enhancing your state of mind. Emma Young has no history of mental illness; just like everyone else, occasionally she gets down, anxious, and disproportionately stressed. Disappointed that her mind does not always deal well with the pressures of modern life, Emma decided to go on a mind-toning journey. Is it possible to tone your mind just as you can tone your body so it becomes more resilient and better prepared to deal with what life throws at you?
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Do you feel disconnected from the life you lead? Are you stuck and unable to move on? Do you want to be free of the endless 'baggage' and go on a powerful healing journey? If so, it's time to let modern spiritual healer Jody Shield into your life. Life Tonic engages you in a revolutionary experience designed to transform your soul at the highest level and shift you up a gear. Let Jody guide you safely through her powerful self-help tools and 'tonics' in order to overcome the negativity, fear and anxiety.
Throughout his life, Michael Harding has lived with a sense of emptiness - through faith, marriage, fatherhood and his career as a writer, a pervading sense of darkness and unease remained. When he was 58, he became physically ill and found himself in the grip of a deep melancholy.