Offers proven-effective worry and anger models. This book features chapters including "Facing Feelings", which focuses on mindfulness and acceptance, and "Coping with Anger". It covers time management. It shows how to unplug from our wealth of electronic communication conveniences when necessary.
Using the hormonal changes that occur around menopause as a springboard to transition from a woman's reproductive years to her self-productive years, this book gives positive, life-affirming guidance on how to make the second half of life, the best half.
Based on real-life experience Dr Norman explains ailments of the skin, including melanoma, warts, albinism and toxic epidermal necrosis, exploring the condition's history and etiology, and talks us through diagnosis with his patient stories.
Describes relationship between degenerative disease and physiological malfunction within the body. This book demonstrates how an integrated therapy, which draws on a variety of approaches, may be used to assess the body as a whole and to promote restoration of health, without the use of expensive drugs or equipment.
Human Factors in Healthcare educates the reader about what human factors actually entail, providing an insight into the processes of self-awareness, communication, leadership in a crisis, decision making, co-ordination and situational awareness, as well as how they currently function in these areas and ways they might improve.
A comprehensive overview of the range of issues and concerns related to sexuality and health care. It describes the normal processes and issues which arise at different stages in a person's life connected with sexuality, and describes the issues which arise when there is illness or disfigurement.
Ankylosing spondilitis is a chronic form of arthritis known to affect around 1 in 200 people (over 1 million sufferers in the USA alone). Ankylosing spondilitis: the facts is the first mass market book to be published on this important disease, written by someone who in not only a leading expert on AS, but is affected by it himself.