The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates half of all deaths recorded for people sixty-five years of age or younger are the direct result of unhealthy lifestyle choices. The need to combat this epidemic of preventable mortality has encouraged an increased focus on wellness and well-being.Most wellness books, however, are actually nutrition or exercise guides. While important to overall health, diet and physical exercise are only aspects of a holistic wellness program. Other books use the term "wellness" to attract attention to specific diseases and emotional issues. Again, while these issues affect well-being, such books are too narrow in their scope.In Creating a Culture of Wellness, Dr. Victor Romano offers a multidimensional approach to well-being designed to encourage physical and mental health. He explains wellness in seven distinct dimensions: Emotional, Environmental, Intellectual, Occupational, Physical, Social, and Spiritual. Dr. Romano explains the importance of each element in an easily understood and accessible manner, helping readers develop lifestyle changes that promote a happy and healthy lifestyle. Creating a Culture of Wellness provides an easy-to-follow guide for individuals, students studying wellness, and organizations wishing to add a wellness program to their business model. Thanks to Dr. Romano, you can join the wellness movement today.
Explore Fiction and Self-Help in a New Hybrid Sarah Sniderman writes about struggles with depression and disordered eating from experience, but Wellness Transformed is not her story. It is the story of a former consultant confused about her issues and her personal transformation as she overcomes them one by one: Acceptance Health Independence Romance Woven within the plot are proven techniques to help anyone seeking self-improvement, from Cognitive Behavior Therapy to intuitive eating. The raw emotions will touch you and the triumphs will inspire you. This is Part One of the Wellness Transformed series.
Celebrity, fame, wealth, the big time--for many people, these are some of the images conjured by thoughts of a career as a professional performing artist. But for the hundreds of thousands of active professional performing artists in the United States, "the big time" matters far less than "all the time." In other words, your health needs as a performer--using your body, voice, and emotions in your work--far outweigh mainstream recommendations for optimal health.
In A Wellness Handbook for the Performing Artist: The Performer's Essential Guide to Staying Healthy in Body, Mind, and Spirit, Alena Gerst examines issues that go beyond the importance of training or navigating the business of performing. It is the first book to prioritize the performer's well-being, your ultimate key to a long and satisfying career.
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