Author: Peter Axt
Publisher: Vision/Orient Paperbacks
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8122203892
Why Life is Better Slower and How to Get There
The early bird may get the worm, but late sleepers live longer. Sound too good to be true?
Not according to The Joy of Laziness.
The authors-one a health scientist and the other a medical doctor-explain why…
Too much exercise can make you sick.
Being relaxed and even-tempered makes you smarter.
Fasting delays the aging process and lengthens your life.
Sun and heat are the fountains of youth.
Doing nothing actually does a whole lot of good.
Based on scientific research called Metabolic Theory, The Joy of Laziness reveals why the speed at which we live affects our energy and longevity. The authors include quizzes to help evaluate stress levels, life energy and physical well-being. They also share advice on how we could all get a little more relaxation, protect ourselves from energy thieves and rediscover the health-and joy-of laziness.
This book could be revolutionary for anyone who wants to stay healthy, be happy and live longer.
A Mouse Has as Much Life Energy as an Elephant
Conserving Energy by Doing Nothing
Eat Little-Live Longer
Laziness and Indolence Are at the Heart of Good Health
Sleepyheads Get More Out of Life
Sun and Heat-The Fountains of Youth
Our Recommendations for Peripatetic Meditation and the Brisk Walk
Our Recommendations for Your Body Weight
Our Vitamin Recommendations for Special Situations
Our Relaxation Program for Those Who Want to take More Time for Themselves