Why People get Sick. Exploring the Mind-Body Connection

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A groundbreaking study on the relationship between mental and physical health.

A stomach ache before a job interview is common enough—but how else can the mind affect the body? Can conditions like heart disease, cancer, asthma or arthritis be exacerbated, or relieved, by our own thoughts and feelings? Have you ever wondered why people get sick when they do? Does the mind really affect the body? And why does modern medicine seem to have so little interest in the unconscious process and emotional factors behind illness? And what—if anything—can we do about it?

Why People Get Sick explores the relationship between what’s going on in our heads and what happens in our bodies, combining cutting-edge research with neglected findings in medical history. In light of America’s growing health crisis, Darian Leader and David Corfield’s study could not come at a more critical moment. With remarkable case studies and startling new insights into why we get sick, this intriguing and thought-provoking book should be read by anyone who cares about their own health and that of other people.

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Author: Darian Leader & David Corfield
Publisher: Pegasus Books
Year: 2008
Pages: 376
Printed: New York, NY
ISBN: 978-1-933648-81-1
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 390 gr
Description from the publisher: “Why People Get Sick explores the relationship between what’s going on in our heads and what happens in our bodies, combining cutting-edge research with neglected findings in medical history. In light of America’s growing health crisis, Darian Leader and David Corfield’s study could not come at a more critical moment. With remarkable case studies and startling new insights into why we get sick, this revolutionary study should be read by anyone who cares about their own health and that of other people.”

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