Length: 272 Pages
**From the author of the Sunday Times bestselling The 4 Pillar Plan**
'One of the most influential doctors in the UK (...) I could talk to Rangan all day (...) he's amazing'- Chris Evans
Become a calmer, happier and healthier you with Dr Rangan Chatterjee's The Stress Solution.
In this book, BBC One's Dr Rangan Chatterjee, draws on two decades of practice to show you how to make easy-to-follow and sustainable health and lifestyle improvements to your everyday life. Top tips include:
· How to breathe to feel happier
· How to schedule in "me time"
· How to become less addicted to your phone
· How to find and ignite your passion
At no extra cost, learn how to slow down and feel calmer and more in control of your life by investing in your long-term health.
'Small changes make a big difference - we can all benefit from reading this' - Jamie Oliver
Length: 272 Pages
"Chatterjee ensures that both mind and body will be in superior health after reading this prescriptive manifesto"
"This guide deserves to become your year-round health bible"
"The Stress Solution follows the same winning formula as his first book - taking you through revolutionary simple steps to de-stress all four corners of your life."
"This is required reading for just about anyone who lives in the modern world"
"Rangan's new book is full of useful advice on how to stay calm and live a happier, more fulfilled life"
"Life's constant pressures can get too much. This book will help you stay calm and sane in this chaotic, busy world"
"(This) simple health revolution looks set to become a 2018 bestseller"
"This new take on health and weight loss from TV doctor Rangan Chatterjee is the most sensible plan we've seen in a long time. Think of it as good housekeeping for the body..."
"It's a simple concept" explains the author Dr Rangan Chatterjee, "but I really feel that it could transform people's lives". Having read it cover to cover, I do too: I'm giving it to at least six people"
"Rangan presents a better year long frame work to encourage us all to take better care of our health all year round rather than embarking on short term deprivation diets and unsustainable assaults on the gym"