Live Well

100 Simple Ways to Live a Better and Longer Life

$19.99

This book is not yet published, but will be available from March 2020.

ISBN: 9781912827244 Category:

Dr Trisha Macnair

Description

Part health advice, part self-help, part survival guide, Live Well targets emotional, physical, and environmental wellbeing, including how to cope with diseases and risk factors that affect the choices we make.

With Live Well you will discover 100 simple ways to add years to your life and improve the quality of living along the way. Based on the latest scientific research, it is an inspiring guide for positive actions. Throughout Live Well you will find helpful advice for healthy relationships and mindfulness, from getting creative to purifying with plants, as well as clear mantras to guide you in your new healthy lifestyle.
Part health advice, part self-help, part survival guide, Live Well targets emotional, physical, and environmental wellbeing, including how to cope with diseases and risk factors that affect the choices we make.

With Live Well you will discover 100 simple ways to add years to your life and improve the quality of living along the way. Based on the latest scientific research, it is an inspiring guide for positive actions. Throughout Live Well you will find helpful advice for healthy relationships and mindfulness, from getting creative to purifying with plants, as well as clear mantras to guide you in your new healthy lifestyle.

Additional information

Weight 254 g
Dimensions 19.5 x 15.2 cm
Publisher name Modern Books
Publication date 1 March 2020
Number of pages 128
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 19.5 x 15.2 cm
Weight 254 g

Dr Trisha Macnair has been a medical doctor for over thirty years and specialises in active ageing. She is also a medical journalist and contributes regularly to the BBC’s Health website as well as the British Medical Journal.
Dr Trisha Macnair has been a medical doctor for over thirty years and specialises in active ageing. She is also a medical journalist and contributes regularly to the BBC's Health website as well as the British Medical Journal.