Rushing Woman s Syndrome

Do you often feel overwhelmed?

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher: Hay House UK Limited

ISBN: 1781808163

Category: HEALTH & FITNESS

Page: 272

View: 514

Do you often feel overwhelmed? Never feel like there are enough hours in the day? Have a to-do list that is never, ever all crossed off? Then you may be experiencing the first warning signs of Rushing Womans SyndromeRushing Womans Syndrome describes the biochemical effects of always being in a hurry and the health consequences that urgency elicits.


The Invisible Load

Our invisible load is the stress we carry, that no one sees, that drives how we think and feel. From the physical load on our body, to the emotional load in our mind, this invisible load is what really sits at the heart of our stress.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473481841

Category: Cognitive therapy

Page: 294

View: 632

It¿s common today to hear people talk about how they feel overwhelmed. There are also plenty who put on a brave face, when behind closed doors it¿s a different story. Where is this stress coming from? Is it really our tasks, duties and responsibilities¿or is it something deeper? And why are stress levels continuing to rise? The answer: our invisible loads. Our invisible load is the stress we carry, that no one sees, that drives how we think and feel. From the physical load on our body, to the emotional load in our mind, this invisible load is what really sits at the heart of our stress. And until we learn to unpack this, reducing our experience of stress will be almost impossible.

What Am I Supposed to Eat

This book is a fork in the road when it comes to better understanding your food, your body, your appetite and what you are supposed to eat.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473419714

Category: Diet

Page: 298

View: 142

For so many people today, food is complicated. They're told to make `healthy' choices yet this could include anything from an apple to a packet of sugar-free biscuits. They have lost touch with how much to eat, how often and how their food choices are impacting on their health - and then there are those all-consuming moments when they feel like no amount of food could satisfy their hungry hearts. The latest book by ten times number one best-selling author Dr Libby Weaver, What am I Supposed to Eat?, puts the reader back in control of their food choices. An easy-to-read comprehensive approach to the science of how our bodies work and how we can best support them nutritionally. This book is a fork in the road when it comes to better understanding your food, your body, your appetite and what you are supposed to eat.

Dr Libby s Beauty from the Inside

Enjoy radiating your own unique sparkle, from the inside out. Dr Libby Weaver (nee Ellis) (Ph.D) is one of Australasia's leading nutrition specialists and weight loss experts based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473340889

Category: Beauty, Personal

Page: 373

View: 607

When most people think about improving their appearance, they usually focus on a product, another "quick fix". Yet when you consider that the skin cells on your face are a small percentage of the total number of cells in the whole body, it seems crazy that we don't spend more time getting the majority of the cells functioning optimally, leading us to the outcomes we seek. Through Beauty From The Inside Out, Dr Libby expertly explains your outer world, the food you choose, the nutrients you ingest, hydration, posture, movement and what your body needs to create lovely nails, lustrous hair, sparkling eyes, and clear, luminous skin. Be guided to deal with very specific bumps in the road, such as dark circles under the eyes, eczema, pimples, and hair that is falling out, just to name a few. Just as importantly, Dr Libby explains your inner world, sex hormones, stress hormones, detox, digestion, elimination pathways, thyroid and pituitary functions. Both worlds relate to your sparkle and by taking a heart-opening look at your emotional landscape because, for many, that is where the real elixir is. Beauty From The Inside Out is a must-have beauty bible for all women. Enjoy radiating your own unique sparkle, from the inside out. Dr Libby Weaver (nee Ellis) (Ph.D) is one of Australasia's leading nutrition specialists and weight loss experts based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr Libby s Real Food Kitchen

Real food kitchen takes family favourite recipes and puts a real food spin on them, maximising the nutrient density of every mouthful while preserving the tastes you've come to love.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473411541

Category: Cooking

Page: 259

View: 804

Real food kitchen takes family favourite recipes and puts a real food spin on them, maximising the nutrient density of every mouthful while preserving the tastes you've come to love. All the recipes are dairy and gluten free and easily adapted to suit a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.

Accidentally Overweight

This book explains the biochemistry and emotions of weight loss.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473181482

Category: Dietetics

Page: 229

View: 781

"This book identifies the nine factors, both biochemical and emotional, that must come together for the body to be able to access body fat and burn it"--Back cover.

Dr Libby s Real Food Chef

"Originally published & distributed by Little Green Frog Publishing, Ltd., 2012."--Title page verso.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher: Front Table Books

ISBN: 9781462120581

Category: Cooking

Page: 214

View: 816

Originally published & distributed by Little Green Frog Publishing, Ltd., 2012.

The Beauty Guide

But more than this, The Beauty Guide will help to reframe the way you look at beauty.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473436094

Category:

Page: 264

View: 778

In a world where so many women feel deflated by what they see in the mirror, tempted into the realm of ;enhancements; or drawn to anything that will help mask their flaws;, The Beauty Guide shines a spotlight on what it means to be beautiful and acts as a guide to help the reader feel and look their best—at any age. With a degree in nutrition and dietetics, a PhD in biochemistry and 20 years of clinical practice, Dr Libby's knowledge of what works and doesn’t work for our bodies is extensive. In this stunningly illustrated book, she explains the nutritional, biochemical and emotional basis to beauty challenges such as acne, cellulite, and rosacea, and teaches you how to heal them by deciphering the messages your body is sharing with you. But more than this, The Beauty Guide will help to reframe the way you look at beauty. Learn how to stop worrying about what others think of you, improve your relationship with your body and explore ways to inspire a new generation of girls with an innate belief in their inner beauty.

Dr Libby s Women s Wellness Wisdom

The latest book by eight times number one best-selling author Dr Libby, Women s Wellness Wisdom, is, quite simply, the book that every woman needs to read.

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473360887

Category: Nutrition

Page: 320

View: 733

The latest book by eight times number one best-selling author Dr Libby, Women s Wellness Wisdom, is, quite simply, the book that every woman needs to read. In this unique approach to wellness, designed to specifically address the issues that women of all ages face, readers gain a deep understanding of their body and what it needs in order to not just survive but to thrive. Often, we are simply told to eat healthily because it is good for us. Rarely does a book this beautiful explain the processes of the body, and how they re all interdependent on each other, while offering real guidance on how we can support ourselves in such succinct and easy to understand language. From over two decades of research, Dr Libby takes all the guesswork out of being a woman, providing insight into the questions that plague western women around the world, including: Why some people emotionally eat and how to end this, why our skin breaks out and why we might lose our hair, how estrogen and progesterone affect our bodies and our minds, why we believe `if I don t do it, it won t get done , why we store body fat in a certain place and what we can do about it, why our liver is the number one organ to look after, and why we have big conversations at night, rather than at breakfast. With interactive worksheets, real-life examples and step-by-step guides to making life-transforming changes, Women s Wellness Wisdom is both practical and inspiring. Illuminating how women can thrive in today s fast-paced modern world, and filled from front to back with Dr Libby s unique blend of nutrition, biochemical science and emotional care, this beautifully illustrated book is truly the definitive guide for women about looking after their bodies, minds and hearts.

Dr Libby s the Calorie Fallacy

Through sharing her own personal story and the journey that set her on to uncover and explore the biochemistry of sustainable weight loss, Dr Libby shares countless case studies of clients she has worked with over the past 16 years, along ...

Author: Libby Weaver

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473292379

Category: Digestion

Page: 304

View: 448

How many of us have been told that if we burn more calories than we eat, weight loss will be inevitable? How many of us have discovered that this century old philosophy does not seem to apply to our body no matter how hard we work, in this modern world? In a world obsessed with calorie counting, we find ourselves instead watching the waistlines of the Western world continually increasing. What if the foundation nutritional philosophy that the calorie equation is the sole determinant of weight loss is completely outdated and in many cases wrong? Through sharing her own personal story and the journey that set her on to uncover and explore the biochemistry of sustainable weight loss, Dr Libby shares countless case studies of clients she has worked with over the past 16 years, along with her two decades of scientific research into the principles of body fat loss.


Reverie Syndrome

A few soldiers rushed up to help her, but she smiled and shook her head and
managed to place the box safely next to the cookie tray. Mona saw a ring on the
woman's finger; it was average, a single tiny diamond in a plain gold band.

Author: Matt Weber

Publisher: Matt Weber

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 100

View: 161

A hospital pharmacist delves into the deaths of patients on the trauma ward; a child is pressganged into an army that marches with a strange purpose; a woman searches for a way to dull the pain of an amputated arm. Five stories of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.

The Medusa Syndrome

As if expecting their arrival, a nurse rushed out of the station and quickly opened
the isolation chamber. ... The nurse grabbed the woman's hand and twisted it
behind her as a second nurse rushed inside with a hypo and handed it to Mark.

Author: Ron Cutler

Publisher: Signet

ISBN: 9780451120571

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

View: 175


Female Executive Stress Syndrome

The Working Woman's Guide to a Balanced and Successful Life Sylvia Gearing ...
In the decade ' s war on women , these popular psychologists helped fire the
opening shots — then rushed to the battlefield to bandage the many wounds .

Author: Sylvia Gearing

Publisher: Summit Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781565301443

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

View: 822

Provides information for female executives about identifying stress in the work place and finding ways to cope with it.

A Woman s Education

The woman who marries a much older man can become a target of the
Pygmalion syndrome. ... But of necessity, the span of the generation that stood
between us meant that I was in a hurry to catch up, rushing past stages in
personal ...

Author: Jill Ker Conway

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 0307797341

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

View: 611

The acclaimed author of the best-selling The Road from Coorain and True North now gives us the third book in her remarkable continuing memoir—describing the pleasures, the challenges, and the constant surprises (good and bad) of her years as the first woman president of Smith College. The story opens in 1973 as Conway, unbeknownst to her, is first “looked over” as a prospective candidate by members of the Smith community, and continues as she assesses her passions and possibilities and agrees to the new challenge of heading the college in 1975. The jolt of energy she gets from being surrounded by several thousand young women enables her to take on the difficulties that arise in dealing with the diverse Smith constituencies—from the self-appointed protectors of the great male tradition of humanistic learning to the equally determined young feminists insisting on change. We see Conway juggling the needs and concerns of faculty, students, parents, trustees, and alumnae, and re-defining and redesigning aspects of the college to create programs in line with the new realities of women’s lives. We sense the urgency of her efforts to shape an institution that will attract students of the 1990s and beyond. Through it all we see Jill Ker Conway coping with her husband’s illness, and learning to protect and sustain her inner self. As the end of a decade at Smith approaches, we see her realizing that she has both had her education and made her contributions, and that it is time now for her to graduate.

The Emotional Incest Syndrome

As outbursts like this became more common, Angelica and her father formed a
united front to ward off the woman's ... trying to meet his or her own needs, for it is
not to the child's benefit to be rushed from one enriching experience to the next.

Author: Dr. Patricia Love

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0307799182

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

View: 642

From Dr. Patricia Love, a ground-breaking work that identifies, explores and treats the harmful effects that emotionally and psychologically invasive parents have on their children, and provides a program for overcoming the chronic problems that can result.

Philosophy of Law

... about the battered - woman's syndrome would satisfy New Jersey's standard of
acceptability for scientific evidence . ... again in rushing at her with his hands in a
threatening position after the two had been separated -- is sharply disputed by ...

Author: Joel Feinberg

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Jurisprudence

Page: 756

View: 632

This leading anthology contains legal cases and essays written by the best scholars in legal philosophy, representing all major points of view on central topics in philosophy of law. This classic text is distinguished by its clarity, readability, balance of topics, balance of substantive positions on controversial questions, topical relevance, imaginative use of cases and stories, and the inclusion of only lightly-edited or untouched classics. This revision is marked by inclusion of many articles relevant to womens issues and a greater emphasis on concrete legal problems.

Criminal Law

We shall first examine the nature of the battered-woman's syndrome and then
consider the expert testimony proffered in ... again in rushing at her with his
hands in a threatening position after the two had been separated—is sharply
disputed ...

Author: Lloyd L. Weinreb

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Criminal law

Page: 944

View: 862