Using Your Brain to Feel Better

It’s an age old adage – The Power of Positive Thinking. Thinking positive has been known to help in a lot of situations. After all what’s the alternative, thinking negatively? That’s not going to get you anywhere.

What about when it comes to improving your health? Can positive thoughts really change your health? According to the new book “Change Your Mind, Change Your Health” by Anne Marie Ludovici, MS, they sure can.

The great thing about this book is that it doesn’t just tell you to think about better health. It tells you HOW to think about better health. In life things are always easier said than done. To be successful, the more steps and hand holding the better. Especially, when it comes to changing habits that are deeply ingrained.

Anne Marie not only gives us seven ways to tell our brain how to make changes, but she tells us anecdotal tales about her life and previous clients which are very relatable. Hearing these stories made me feel like my story wasn’t so unique, and making changes was doable.

The book talks about being ready for change; how to make change happen; and what I feel is most important, how to sustain change. It’s like when people lose weight, keeping it off is as hard as losing it. Sustaining change is especially hard when unexpected events happen in life. Anne Marie gives you the tools to handle this type of situation without losing the benefits of the work you’ve done so far.

If you work on the insider secrets presented in this book every day:

-Am I ready to change?
-How do I start?
-Return to recess.
-Building confidence through mastery.
-Change the way you think about it.
-Make a new Life plan.
-Game on!

you’ll be able to hold onto the healthy habits you’ve created. It takes work, but with this book, better health is possible.

To order a copy of Change Your Mind, Change Your Health; go to at Change Your Mind, Change Your Health. Change is only a click away!