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Is your child feeling restless and tired? Do you think they are experiencing sleep issues? Let them sleep like a baby with a few tips and tricks packed in one book! Sleep is a natural human state that is characterized by a modified recognition and sensibility. During the state of rest, the eyes are closed and we appear to be unconscious. Children who don't have enough sleep can suffer or experience sleepiness during the daytime, which can affect their school performance and deprive them of full physical activities. They may even suffer severe effects overtime, like psychological issues. This book can help you get their sleep back to normal and develop healthier sleep habits. What else can you get from this book? o How much sleep do children need? o Importance of afternoon naps for your child o Healthy sleeping strategies for your children o Factors that affect healthy sleep Help your child develop a good and healthy sleep habit. Help them get back on track and perform at their best
Get Fit, Healthy and Stay That Way 40+ Don't be afraid of asking for help when you're looking to improve your weight, fitness, or recover from some form of debilitating lifestyle condition, especially when you're 40+. Where you haven't completed any exercise in a while, this book is a great tool to help you understand the simple steps required for starting a fitness plan - and, most importantly, how to get started. I will not make false promises of magic fat loss or meteoric fitness gains. Rather, I'll help you understand how each part of your lifestyle can be adjusted to help you achieve those changes necessary for good, long term, sustainable improvement. Your age is irrelevant. Male or female doesn't matter. What is essential is your commitment to get fit, healthy and stay that way as you age. Your benefits: Improve your weight Have more energy Reduced risk of heart disease and cancer Enjoy a more invigorating lifestyle The book is divided into a logical step-by-step approach which, when followed, will support you to ensure your changes are organised - and how they interact with each other in a way that helps you achieve success. Actions: Start with an honest assessment of your current health and fitness Record your measurements and fitness tests Set goals which you can measure Decide on an exercise plan and find out which exercises are best for you Review your diet and nutrition to understand what changes will help you If you are overweight and have been inactive for any period of time your risk of developing heart or kidney problems, diabetes and cancers, is considerably higher than it should be according to The World Health Organisation WHO and the NHS. In this book I am going to show you how your exercise activity helps you to take control or your lifestyle and benefit from improved health and fitness. I want to see you being able to run around with the kids, feel better about your body and enjoy a new energy for life. This can be achieved if you trust yourself. If you struggle you can tell me about it. We can share your unique experience and I can help you succeed as I offer follow up advice or training programmes online if you need additional support.
"Making Healthy Choices - A Story to Inspire Fit, Weight-Wise Kids" is a ground-breaking piece of fictional children's literature that has been heralded by an array to health industry experts for its approach in helping overweight kids get on a healthy track, and motivating those within a healthy weight range to not only continue making wise lifestyle choices, but also better understand and empathize with peers currently struggling with a weight problem.
This fictional children's story depicts the life of Patty, who typifies the average overweight American kid as she encounters the emotional and physical challenges associated with an adolescent overweight condition. The story culminates with Patty overcoming these challenges and improving her health by better understanding the importance of good nutrition and exercise, and through an increased awareness of the overwhelming number of cultural influences that can adversely affect her ability to make healthy choices.
This tale of hope spotlights a representative overweight child who, by better recognizing and circumventing negative outside influences while proactively making positive lifestyle choices, achieves her goal of living a healthier, happier life.
This book was originally published by The Good Life Press, and has been re-edited. "A Good Life" is a celebration of John Seymour: self-sufficiency guru, political activist, environmental campaigner and author of "The New Complete Book of Self Sufficiency", a book together with the man, that became in the inspiration for a whole generation. Through interviews with family and friends and archival research including hitherto unpublished material this important book details the larger than life character of John Seymour and describes his passions and philosophies that helped inspire, amongst others, the writers of the popular 1970s BBC Television situation comedy, "The Good Life", starring Felicity Kendal and Richard Briers. Paul Peacock charts John Seymour's early childhood years dreaming of being a cowboy, his life in Africa, his early farming experiences and the gradual formulation of his philosophy. He discusses at length the all-important later years with the move to Ireland and his part in the infamous Arthurstown Monsanto Trials in the 1990s when, in his eighties, he argued passionately and eloquently against the rise of Genetically Modified crops."A Good Life" analyses the extent of John Seymour's influence. How his farm became a beacon to many who had read his book and how they travelled from all over the world to work with him. These included such visionary thinkers as Leopold Kohr and E F Schumacher. It takes an objective look at many of his thoughts on the future of the developed world, his fears about the rising dominance of supermarkets and their ultimate stranglehold on agriculture and the land, his major concerns about genetically modified crops and intensive farming and his impassioned and reasoned stance on animal welfare issues.
Within the domains of criminal justice and mental health care, critical debate concerning 'care' versus 'control' and 'therapy' versus 'security' is now commonplace. Indeed, the 'hybridisation' of these areas is now a familiar theme. This unique and topical text provides an array of expert analyses from key contributors in the field that explore the interface between criminal justice and mental health. Using concise yet robust definitions of key terms and concepts, it consolidates scholarly analysis of theory, policy and practice. Readers are provided with practical debates, in addition to the theoretical and ideological concerns surrounding the risk assessment, treatment, control and risk management in a cross-disciplinary context. Included in this book is recommended further reading and an index of legislation, making it an ideal resource for students at undergraduate and postgraduate level, together with researchers and practitioners in the field.
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