Did you make a new year's resolution this year? Three of the top five resolutions people make this time of year surround health. While resolutions can be difficult to keep, there are simple changes to the way to approach overall health and wellness that can lead to lasting impacts. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive for Great Health: Use Your Mind to Promote Your Own Healing and Wellness, by Dr. Jeff brown of Harvard Medical School, focuses on using your brain to take charge of your health.
Using a combination of medical advice and inspirations stories, the book is designed to help you:
- Learn the brain secrets that healthy people already know
- Reduce stress and anxiety, and increase hope and optimism
- Build a cognitive behavioral therapy toolbox to promote your health
- Connect with the right doctors and fire the wrong ones
- Implement practical tips and easy ways to stay positive during health crises
- Take charge of your thinking and behavior
- Use food and exercise to improve your mental and physical health
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