88 Chinese Medicine Secrets: How the wisdom of China can help you to stay healthy and live longer

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In China, people send greetings by wishing a person a long and healthy life . Our natural state is to be healthy and happy. This includes having a calm mind, a healthy body and emotional resourcefulness. This book reveals the profound, yet simple health maintenance secrets that Chinese medicine has developed over many centuries. These secrets enable you to deal with stress and return to your natural balance. In this book, you will discover guidelines about many aspects of your lifestyle including: * UNDERSTANDING YOUR OWN PARTICULAR CONSTITUTION * EATING WELL FOR YOUR OWN UNIQUE NEEDS * BEING EMOTIONALLY RESILIENT AND USING SETBACKS TO GROW * FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE BETWEEN WORK, REST AND EXERCISE * RECOGNIZING HOW THE ENVIRONMENT AFFECTS US ALL *By practising these secrets you will learn how to recover the ability to nourish and protect your energy, overcome illness, and feel an easy joy in simply being alive.
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Hicks has practiced Chinese medicine for over 17 years.

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How To Books
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Published on
Nov 26, 2010
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Pages
160
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ISBN
9781848036000
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English
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Medical / Alternative & Complementary Medicine
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