Boost Your Energy: Feel Great, Do More, and Lose the Lethargy

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Penguin, Jul 1, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 237 pages
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Waking each day refreshed. Being on top of things. Having the “oomph” to tackle whatever life brings. These goals are achievable—and here are the secrets to reversing flagging energy levels and reclaiming get up and go.
 

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This was a great book. As it was so well laid-out, I found I could dip into it and read short segments as and when I had time. At other times, I simply sat and read several chapters at a time. I found ... Read full review

Contents

What am I up against?
1
The real reason youre so tired
5
How to eat
9
Why you need to move
15
Stand tall breathe deep
21
How to get enough sleep
25
Are you getting energy confused with adrenaline?
29
How to start exercising when you really dont want to
35
Energy black spots transformed
125
The energy drench
129
What kind of time traveler are you?
133
Stop dithering start living
137
Get in the raw
141
Beware of crash and burn
145
Are you getting enough?
151
Eat breakfast
157

Be effortlessly glamorous
39
NAFH or not?
45
Finding work to make your heart sing
49
Give your brain a break
53
Nuts to you
57
Energy black holes
61
Avoid the brain drain
67
Energize your bank balance
71
The need for speed
75
A oneminute answer to midafternoon slump
81
Unleash your sexual tigerin just one week
85
Willpowerits all you need
89
How deep is your anger?
93
Herbal helpers
99
Think before you drink
103
Good morning sunshine
107
Dealing with interruptions
111
Lost that loving feeling?
115
Never run out of energy again
121
Let in the light
163
Liberate endorphins
167
Getting down and dirty
171
Big in Japan
175
Revamp your todo list
179
Color your life energetic
183
Supermarket savvy
187
Just a minute
191
Every breath you take
195
Go for the glow
199
Where do you go for energy?
203
Be irresistible
207
Tiredor ill?
211
What are you drinking?
217
More energy with less sleep
221
Make over your metabolism
225
If you do only one thing
229
Where its at
233
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Elisabeth Wilson trained as a doctor before becoming a journalist. She has written widely for the UK press, including the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail, and was health and wellbeing editor at She magazine.

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