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Reclaim your brain : optimize cognitive function, prevent chronic disease, resolve anxiety and depression using natural methods

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Have you noticed your mental health and overall sense of well-being on the decline lately? Does it feel like your headaches are becoming more regular, that your anxiety is shooting through the roof, or that you simply just don't have the energy to give what you used to? Maybe you feel confused more often than not, or that your life really shouldn’t be as difficult as it always seems to be? If you are resonating with any of the above, rest assured that you are not alone. In today’s modern times, overwhelm and its cousin of depression appear all too common, and as a result, it makes it hard for us to realize what’s really going on until it’s too late. The good news, however, is that if you are reading this here and now, then that means for you it is not too late! All of the negative side effects listed above have one thing in common -- they become so as a byproduct of our daily choices and how we choose to navigate through the chaos of this world. Our daily choices are something we can change, and how we choose to move through our realities is something we can become more aware of, allowing us to feel more empowered to make the right decisions.

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Honeoye Public Library 612.8 (Text)
New Adult Fiction
52120300399030
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