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- Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung 2012; US$ 7.53
Hauptbeschreibung Dass die physischen Energien eines Menschen begrenzt sind, scheint jedermann unmittelbar einsichtig. Dass dies auch für unsere psychischen Energien zutrifft - diese Erkenntnis setzt sich erst allmählich durch - oder wird zu oft verdrängt. Wenn der Kopf zum wichtigsten Organ für Arbeit und Gesundheit wird, werden wir unvermeidlich... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2009; US$ 22.95
A brilliant new guide to living a happier life (even if it?s not so perfect) Tal Ben-Shahar knows about the burden of perfection. As professor of the most popular course in Harvard?s history, he has seen the best and the brightest buckle under the pressures of perfectionism. In his provocative new book, he argues that people are unhappy because... more...
- Muscle Joint Nerve 2003; US$ 29.95
There is a natural path for healing the most common low back pain so that surgery can be avoided. Almost all humans are afflicted with low back pain (LBP) and sciatica. Recurrent bouts of LBP are a sign of aging of the spine and, inevitably, compel the individuals to see their physicians and doctors or surgeons. A herniated disc is often conveniently... more...
- Muscle Joint Nerve 2003; US$ 35.95
Billion-Dollar Bargain shows that computer-related illness (CRI) is more common than one is led to believe. It shows that any computer operator is susceptible to CRI, explains the origin and mechanism of CRI and demonstrates that science can render a cost-effective approach for preventing and treating it. It shows that a penny of prevention is... more...
- Muscle Joint Nerve 2002; US$ 29.95
Fibromyalgia, fibrositis, fibromyositis, trigger point, myofascial pain syndrome, cervicobrachial pain syndrome - to name several - and related disorders belong to an extremely common constellation of nerve, muscular and skeletal diseases and disorders afflicting humans. They share the same origin and path leading to complex and diverse symptoms,... more...
- Harvard Health Publications 2008; US$ 18.00
Whether it comes in the form of a pile of unpaid bills, a contentious argument with your spouse, a worrisome health problem, or a traffic jam, stress is a part of everyday life. While some stress is inevitable, when your body repeatedly encounters a set of physiological changes dubbed the stress response, trouble can brew. Stress may contribute to... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 7.99
When Dr. Herbert Benson introduced this simple, effective, mind/body approach to relieve stress in The Relaxation Response twenty-five years ago, the book became an instant national bestseller. Since that time, millions of people have learned the secret of the relaxation response--without high-priced lectures, drugs, or prescription medicine. The... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2001; US$ 19.00
The definitive work on avoiding burnout, written by the psychologist who is the leading specialist on the issue. An illuminating and useful book for anyone coping with the pressures of work. In Reclaiming the Fire , Dr. Steven Berglas analyzes the rises and falls of corporate executives, middle managers, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and others as they... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2013; US$ 25.99
For twenty-two years, Katherine Bouton had a secret that grew harder to keep every day. An editor at The New York Times , at daily editorial meetings she couldn?t hear what her colleagues were saying. She had gone profoundly deaf in her left ear; her right was getting worse. As she once put it, she was ?the kind of person who might have used an... more...