This book explains how CFS/ME affects the body’s systems and functions. It provides strategies for dealing with specific symptoms, and shows how to cope with the illness on a daily basis.
‘All my life the idea of America had occupied a space in my psyche. . . . I needed to see it. I needed to find a way to live with it and not despair. I needed to update my idea of America.’
This practical book for 15–25-year-olds introduces the four key stages involved in making good decisions for your career.
This easy-to-read, practical book will help anyone caring for someone with dementia communicate more easily with them. It shows carers how to express their messages effectively and helps them interpret what the person with dementia is trying to convey.
A practical book for carers and families, written by someone with first-hand experience of caring for someone with dementia over many years. Full of the wisdom and insights of experienced carers, it has much to offer anyone new to this role.
Informative, practical and uplifting, this book contains answers to almost any question you might ask about Parkinson’s, from symptoms and diagnosis to the latest treatments and therapies, as well as medical research into stem cells and gene therapy.
Amira Mikhail shares her powerful story of how she tackled and overcame obstacle after obstacle on her journey to motherhood – from fibroids, endometriosis, infertility and miscarriage, through IVF and surrogacy, to finally bringing her baby into the world.
Nightmares and disturbing dreams call for attention. Powerful healing can begin when the dreamer is released from unresolved issues. This book charts the main kinds of nightmares, and offers a practical process for dealing with them.
If you are a young person who has just been diagnosed with ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and even if you've had this condition for while, you will find a sympathetic voice in this book.
This concise and easy-to-read book will help anyone with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME manage their illness and improve their overall wellbeing.
Searching for a way through her chronic pain condition, Deborah Shepard began observing the natural world on her doorstep and reflecting on family and friendship, flowers, beauty, literature and art. By 'giving herself to life' she discovered the power of writing to heal.
This book has been written to help anyone facing a terminal illness, and their family and carers. It deals with the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and those caring for them.
If you like the idea of growing your own food and cooking with fresh produce, The Grower’s Cookbook is the ideal companion.