Free­dom from tired­ness

Feel­ing so run-down that tend­ing to your health seems daunt­ing? Dis­cover the easy doc­tor-ap­proved strate­gies to re­claim­ing your vi­tal­ity

First For Women - - Health -

From the mo­ment we wake up, women are go-go-go­ing—tend­ing to our homes, loved ones and jobs. But all this car­ing for oth­ers can push us to the break­ing point, cau­tions med­i­cal doc­tor Ran­gan Chat­ter­jee, host of the BBC One show Doc­tor in the House and au­thor of How to Make Dis­ease Dis­ap­pear. “The body can only jug­gle so much,” he says. “When we ex­ceed its lim­its, the sys­tem starts to break down and we get sick.” For­tu­nately, over nearly  years of treat­ing pa­tients, Dr. Chat­ter­jee has learned that re­gain­ing health doesn’t re­quire a life­style overhaul. “By mak­ing small changes in daily life, you can cre­ate and main­tain high en­ergy, good health and hap­pi­ness,” he prom­ises. Best of all, his sim­ple so­lu­tions fit into even the busiest of days.

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