Harper Collins India
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In the midst of her busy schedule, multiple commitments and looking after others, every woman should read this book for sure. Cutting through all the myths, fads, and noise, Dr Aparna Santhanam shows how to successfully understand, prioritise and look after one's body and mind, and truly live a healthy and happy life. - Anjali & Sachin Tendulkar
The belly bulge is not uncommon among women over 30, and it is symptomatic of a much bigger phenomenon: women's neglect and ignorance of their own health and nutrition as they juggle multiple commitments at work and home. Wellness expert and bestselling author Dr Aparna Santhanam distills two decades of experience and wisdom in this groundbreaking book. She provides practical solutions that women can implement to fight the belly and lead healthier, happier lives. So how do you control the effects of fluctuating hormones, like loss of energy, nagging headaches, hot flushes and depression? How do you address heart and bone health once you hit 30? What are the essential screening tests and when should you do them? How do you fight greying hair and sagging skin, or control urinary incontinence? Dr Santhanam's onestop guide reveals everything you need to know to be beautiful, healthy, secure and confident, and to make YOU your priority.
About the Author
Aparna Santhanam is one of Indias leading dermatologists and wellness experts, having worked in the field for over 15 years. She runs her own practice in Mumbai, apart from working as a strategic consultant to some of Indias prominent wellness and beauty brands. She is also closely associated with Apnalaya, an organization that works on integrated community development of the most marginalized urbanpoor. Dr Santhanam believes in the principles of knowledge, prevention, moderation and protection when it comes to health, beauty and wellness. Having authored two books, Skin Deep and Let's Talk Hair, and worked with women across the socioeconomic spectrum, she believes educating women about their own wellness needs and providing tools to access better health is the key to not just more healthy women, but to creating stronger families and communities as a whole.