How to Stop Being Confused About Health

by Avishek Saha
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Publisher: Avishek Saha

Publication Date: August 03, 2018

ISBN: 9781386915409

Binding: Kobo eBook

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Health doesn't have to be so complicated.

Paralysis by analysis is a defining theme of the time we live in. You may even be pondering what health book to buy next. As you browse the options, you make quick decisions about each one, influenced by cover design, author credibility, hype, and numerous other factors. Each book presents a unique set of ideas, and your morning podcast compounds them. Then, you discuss them with friends on Facebook later that day, stimulated by your fair-trade coffee.

This is the hyperstimulated world we live in, and it's nothing like that of our ancestors. Although there are benefits to engaging our minds in more diverse and exciting ways, while connecting with more people than ever before, there are downsides as well. As we contemplate the intricacies of nutrition, fitness and medicine, we often overlook very important variables in our health, like stress management, sleep quality and deep breathing. The result is confusion on a mass scale, as we become accustomed to tuning in to the latest ideas, which are often nothing new, but are just presented as if they indeed are novel.

In *How to Stop Being Confused About Health *you will learn to relax your mind to best navigate through this world of health and wellness, with the goal of separating fact from fiction. You will discover what factors in the sphere of health and wellness propagate confusion and strategies for solving this dilemma. You will learn what tactics authority figures use to popularize their ideas, even if their ideas aren't evidence-based.

After a decade of experience experimenting with exciting but not-so-sound diet and fitness advice, and thousands of hours of meticulous research, Avishek Saha is confident that he can teach you to think for yourself to make the best health decisions.

*How to Stop Being Confused About Health *is organized in five sections:

  • Part I discusses the most common reasons ...