How often do you delay a doctor’s appointment when you feel unwell? Do you have trouble listening to your body and its needs when it sends you signals? If you do act like this, don’t worry, you are not alone. Many adults struggle with buckling down to their health and self-care as they are constantly focused on their careers and households.
However, this behavioral model is damaging and, most importantly, dangerous. If you are tired of ignoring your own needs and you crave to learn how to make your well-being a priority, then this book list will become your great helper.
Don’t hesitate to read this article and figure out how to live a wellness-orientated lifestyle once and for all!
Heal Your Body by Louise L. Hay
Have you ever heard about the mind-body connection? In short, many scientists believe that the way you feel and think affects your physical health in a big way. Perhaps, you had experienced pain in your chest or back when you were feeling incredibly stressed out? Yep, that’s the thing.
Heal Your Body by Louise L. Hay will become your road map to the hidden world of illnesses caused by the wrong mindset. The author herself overcame cancer using this method and decided to share all the insights and actionable tips with anyone willing to stay healthy and balanced. Hop on the train; the next stop is life with no pressure and pains!
The Low-Carb Fraud by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. and Howard Jacobson, Ph.D.
Carbs. For many years this word has been terrifying to anyone who’s ever tried dieting. But should it actually?
If you’ve been ignoring your favorite sourdough bread or mozzarella sticks just like many of us, it’s time to change your attitude with the help of The Low-Carb Fraud. T. Colin Campbell and Howard Jacobson dedicated their lives to exploring the world of nutrition and healthy dieting. It turns out carbohydrates are just as essential to our body and health as fats and proteins. For sure, anything can be beneficial with the right approach used. So if you are tired of constantly searching for the ‘low fat’ labeled products at the supermarket or skipping sharing pizza with your friends, then this book is a must-read for you!
The Self-Care Solution: A Year of Becoming Happier, Healthier, And Fitter — One Month at a Time by Jennifer Ashton
When was the last time you focused on yourself? Even if it is a small pleasant ritual like taking a bubble bus, do you remember doing it lately? For some people, it is complicated to make self-care a priority as they were raised with a pretty much toxic thought that taking care of themselves equals being vain and selfish.
The truth is that this statement is far from being true. Even when you catch a plane, flight attendances tell you to put the oxygen mask on yourself first and then — on your kid. This rule applies to our everyday life too. Taking care and focusing on yourself can prevent many health problems, may they be physical or mental. So if you are ready to start your fantastic self-care journey, then the perfect first step for you is to read The Self-Care Solution. It will become your no-shame guide to happiness and well-being.
The Healing Code: 6 Minutes to Heal the Source of Your Health, Success, Relationship Issue by Alexander Loyd, Ph.D.
If you’ve ever dreamt of a perfect set of advice on how to live healthily ever after, then this title is exactly what you’ve been looking for!
Alexander Loyd, Ph.D. created a whole system that many readers of The Healing Code swear by. This book is filled with tips and tricks that will not only make your body the healthiest it’s ever been but will also solve all your mental and relational issues. Even the troubles you don’t know about, The Healing Code got them covered. Just read this bestseller and follow the unique practices and principles from it, and voilá — you live your best life!
Recovery: Freedom From Our Addictions by Russell Brand
Back in the 2000s, Russell Brand had a lifestyle of a guy any mom would forbid her daughter from dating. His substance use was known to everyone as the media widely covered it during that period. But that was long ago. Now the famous actor and comedian is a patron of the Focus 12 drug treatment program and the bestselling author of Recovery.
Many readers have already confessed that this book helped them rethink their addiction or understand how to support their loved ones who are on their way to sobriety. If you haven’t faced such issues in your life and say that you have no addictions, maybe you should think deeper. We are used to imagining alcohol, drugs, and nicotine when we hear this ‘a’ word. But there are actually many more hidden dependencies that we ignore. Do you have a sweet tooth? How many cups of coffee do you drink per day? Yes, these are addictions too. So if you want to make sure you have none or you eager to find out how to get rid of them, then start reading now!
Just like happiness and success, your health is in your hands. Of course, we cannot prevent all the conditions and forget about visiting a doctor. However, it is in our power to minimize the chances of getting the most common illnesses and states. Your body is sacred; time to treat it like a one!