If you’re tired of being tired, just give this a listen!
Now available in audio book, Linda Hawes Clever’s The Fatigue Prescription: Four Steps to Renewing Your Energy, Health and Life, narrated by Traci Odom. Are you living your to-do list rather than living your life? Many of us run from task to task and are burning the nearly non-existent candle at both ends. We are sleep-deprived, overworked, overwhelmed, and undernourished in body and soul. We slam energy drinks, gnaw energy bars, and constantly drink caffeine to keep going as our adrenal glands struggle to keep up. Most of us are one health crisis away from financial devastation—and yet, we are hurtling toward physical and emotional breakdown each over-scheduled day. Our lives demand too much of us; when everything is a priority, this can make us sick and tired. We lose our purpose and make too many mistakes. Dr. Clever realized and lived the personal cost of this lifestyle and has since devoted herself to helping people renew themselves and regain or sustain a whole healthy life. Filled with easy self-assessments, informational charts, and sound advice from a physician who healed herself, this book will help you avoid illness, reset priorities, and most importantly, regain your health and happiness.
About the Author:
Linda Hawes Clever, MD, is a native of Seattle, Washington who earned her undergraduate and medical degrees at Stanford University. Linda is known for “firsts,” which include: first medical director of the teaching clinic at San Francisco’s St. Mary’s Hospital; founder and chair of the Department of Occupational Health at Pacific Medical Center (now California Pacific Medical Center); first woman Governor in the American College of Physicians; and first woman editor of the Western Journal of Medicine. She is a member of the prestigious Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. In 1998, she founded RENEW, a non-profit organization that aims to help busy, devoted people regain—or maintain—their effectiveness and creativity. Linda has chaired the boards of KQED and San Francisco University High School, and served on the Stanford University Board of Trustees for fourteen years. She currently belongs to the board of Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services and chairs its foundation board as well. She is a dedicated walker and enjoys good company, good conversation, and good cookies.
About the Narrator:
Traci Odom is a Los Angeles-based actress and voice artist, currently working in audiobook narration and commercials. She is an alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts – Los Angeles. Her career began at the tender young age of 14, when she made the destined choice to walk up the stairs to her first audition, getting cast in the role of a tree in a high school play. Traci began narrating audiobooks as gifts for young friends, then volunteering at Learning Ally (formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic), igniting her passion for storytelling. Traci is delighted to have narrated both fiction and non-fiction books, from paranormal romance to self-help. Check out all Traci’s books on her website at www.traciodom.com.
The Fatigue Prescription:
Four Steps to Renewing Your Energy, Health and Life
$16.95 ($22.00 Cdn)
288pp, 5 1/2 x 8 ¼
Audio book: $14.95
4 hours, 53 minutes