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When Someone You Love Has a Mental Illness

This book is a practical, accessible guide for any professional who serves people with serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder or severe bipolar disorder. The objective as well as subjective symptoms and experiences of people struggling with these illnesses is described. The treatments and course of the illnesses are reviewed.
$30.00

When Someone You Love Has Chronic Illness

Advancements in medical technology are extending our lives, and we are aging more diversely than ever. Yet, many of us endure or will endure chronic diseases. This course explains in detail how to relate to those in the medical profession, how to advocate for better patient care, as well as what to say and not say to someone who is ill. We’ll look specifically at how to help someone who is in pain, and how to intervene with those that are non-adherent with medical advice. This course will also help caretakers identify if they are “caring too much,” with guidance regarding how to set boundaries.
$25.00

Yoga Forma

Learn to use traditional yoga routines to relieve the pain from common injuries and conditions. With simple lists of asanas and sample sequences for different proficiency levels and physical imitations, this in-depth guide to teaching and sharing yoga is perfect for yoga instructors and fitness and healthcare professionals. Learn which specific poses to suggest for injury prevention as well as which to recommend for those who are struggling with spinal or back injuries.
$30.00

Your Mouth, Your Health - 2nd edition

Tooth decay could be a precursor to many health problems – notably obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Dental decay is the first to develop, and it predicts these and many other illnesses. That is because periodontitis, excess weight, hypertension, and other ailments such as hemorrhoids and deep venous thrombosis, often stem from the same cause: poor dietary choices. All dentists see the same patients again and again, suffering from plaque, cavities, infection – all of which are needless, preventable, and reversible. In this course, Dr. Somborac makes the connection between overall health and dental health. He describes how to prevent tooth decay and health decline, through easy-to-apply guidance you can use to help save patients` teeth and their lives.