Description - The Happy Plan by Charmaine Yabsley
What is it that makes some people's lives so happy and fulfilled? Why do some people stay resolutely optimistic? This kind of happiness is not necessarily the result of your genes or luck. Rather, it can be cultivated and learned. In this book Charmaine Yabbesley looks into the what action can be taken to boost your serotonin naturally and get happy. In recent months there have been a large number of articles in the media regarding how to get happy naturally and depression and its treatment. There are strong feelings emerging regarding the dangers and side-effects of SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) or anti-depressants. Yabbesley looks at natural ways to influence your happiness - by doing more exercise, improving your diet, getting a good night's sleep and learning to think positively. Yabbesley looks into how various form of exercise, such as walking and swimming, can release endorphins that have a direct effect on our levels of seratonin. She looks at how you can incorporate serotonin boosting foods into your diet and examines the recent studies into the benefits of omega-3 fats and explains where to find them and what they do.
Yabbesley expounds the restorative benefits of sleep and how it can be one of the best natural medicines in your search for happiness. In each section of the book there is a questionnaire that allows you to discover more about yourself and what treatments best suit you. Yabbesley provides you with happiness plans, tips and advice that guide you on the road to improving happiness the natural way
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(220mm x 180mm x 11mm)
Collins & Brown
Publisher: Pavilion Books
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Author Biography - Charmaine Yabsley
Charmaine Yabbesley is a health, fitness and beauty journalist. She is the author of various titles including Fit for Shape and Pilates for Sports Injuries. She frequently writes for Zest, Health and Fitness, Company and the Evening Standard. She is now the editor of A, a new magazine for allergy sufferers. She also writes scripts for health television programmes. She is Australian and lives in London.