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The Fatigue Prescription: Four Steps to Renewing Your Energy, Health, and Life

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Dr. Linda Clever has developed a do-it-yourself tool kit with "The Fatigue Prescription," based on years of medical practice, life experience, and the success of RENEW. Filled with easy self-assessments, informational charts, and sound advice from a physician who healed herself, this book will help you avoid illness, reset priorities, and most importantly, regain your heal ...more
ebook, 216 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Viva Editions (first published 2010)
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When I was 22, I went to the Caribbean to teach. A year of working against my American instincts and I was finally rested, happy and deprogrammed. This book is a cheaper version of a trip to the Caribbean. Dr. Clever uses a mix of the things that everyone knows are for their own good, (but doesn't do) and some new suggestions. Clever, what a great name for an author.
This book is not like a prescription for antibiotics, where you get the pills, take them, and get better. It's more like a prescription for physical therapy, where you go to an appointment, the therapist does some work on you, some of it painful, and then you go home and have exercises you must do yourself.

It's not a book to read cover-to-cover in a few sittings. It's more like a workbook. Read a section or a chapter, reflect on it, answer the questions, talk about it with your support system.

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For a subject as downbeat as this, this delightful book is upbeat, easy to read and quite matter-of-fact. Indeed, there's no magic cure here, nothing arcane, but a series of practical, common-sense tips on life management -- ordinary things like sleep, diet, exercise, health management, lifestyle. If anything, it's a gathering of these methods into a systematic approach to one's life and activity. And, underneath the chatty prose, there seems to have been a formidable amount of research and peer ...more
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