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A new summary of guidance for wellbeing by Dr Lynne Drummond

Jul 20, 2012 - 7:29:06 AM
This guide is just the opportunity to have a thorough review and overhaul in the knowledge that the better your general health is, the better you will feel and the stronger you will be in tackling your general life and career challenges.

A new summary of guidance for wellbeing by Dr Lynne Drummond
 
Dr Lynne Drummond
Dr Lynne Drummond has qualifications in medicine and psychiatry combined with thirty six years as a practitioner within the UK Health Service. She has extensive experience of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy). Lynne has been guiding clients to sustainable improvement in their wellbeing and lifestyles for many years. Lynne took up running in middle age and has recently completed her first marathon in 5.5 hours. Now she has made her own improvement program available to all. All royalties support the international famine relief charity Oxfam. Further Author information is available at http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B008JUXDBG
[RxPG] In the past you may have tried ‘quick intense fixes, diets and de-tox’ for a particular health concern, finding them helpful but not sustainable. This is not a failing within you; it is because most of these heavily promoted programs are indeed NOT sustainable by most people. This guide is for those seeking incremental, sustainable improvement.

Your current concern might be weight gain; poor sleep pattern; lack of energy or stress & anxiety. For most though, this guide is just the opportunity to have a thorough review and overhaul in the knowledge that the better your general health is, the better you will feel and the stronger you will be in tackling your general life and career challenges.

There are templates to complete and follow, enabling you to measure your progress to a new lifestyle!



On the web: Dr Lynne's Fad Free Wellbeing Program [Kindle Edition] 

Funding information and declaration of competing interests: Proceeds from this pamphlet support her 2013 run in the London Marathon for Oxfam International.
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