Book ‘Happy Mind, Happy Life’ by Dr Rangan Chatterjee

PDF Excerpt 'Happy Mind, Happy Life: 10 Simple Ways to Feel Great Every Day' by Dr Rangan Chatterjee
10 Simple Ways to Feel Great Every Day
Happiness is good for your health. Learn how to nurture yours. During his 20 years as a GP, Dr Rangan Chatterjee has seen first-hand how motivation isn't always enough for us to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It's only when we learn how to support our own mental wellbeing and cultivate core happiness that these choices become easy. In his latest book, Dr Chatterjee shares cutting-edge insights into the science of happiness and reveals 10 simple ways to put you back in control of your health. It features real-life case studies and over 20 practical exercises, including lessons on how to: · Treat yourself with respect · Improve your relationship with your phone · Deal with criticism Whether you are at a crisis point...
Publisher: Penguin Life (31 Mar. 2022)  Pages: ‎272 pages  ISBN-10: 0241397855  ISBN-13: 978-0241397855  ASIN:‎ B09KZNFNT1

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About the Author: Dr Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential doctors in the UK. A practising GP for the last two decades, Dr Chatterjee wants to inspire people to transform their health and happiness through making small sustainable changes to their lifestyles. Leading the charge on how healthcare and medicine is understood in the UK, Dr Chatterjee has co-created and teaches the widely acclaimed ‘Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine’ course with the Royal College of GPs, that has now been delivered to thousands of doctors and healthcare professionals. Dr Chatterjee hosts Europe’s biggest health podcast, Feel Better, Live More which is one of Apple’s most downloaded podcasts. He is the author of 3 Sunday Times bestsellers and regularly appears on BBC television, national radio and has been featured in numerous international publications including The New York Times, Forbes, The Guardian, The Times, Grazia, Vogue, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail and his TED talk, How To Make Disease Disappear, has been viewed almost 3.7 million times.