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I’m So Effing Tired : A Proven Plan to Beat Burnout, Boost Your Energy, and Reclaim Your Life – Dr Amy Shah

I’M SO EFFING TIRED : A Proven Plan To Beat Burnout, Boost Your Energy, And Reclaim Your Life

Dr Amy Shah


A Complete Guide To Conquering Burnout, Boosting Your Energy And Reclaiming Your Life

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ISBN 9780358446422
Author Dr Amy Shah
Book Condition LIGHTLY USED
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Harvest Publications)
Publication Date 02 Mar 2021
Pages 336
Weight 0.61 kg
Dimension 23.5 × 16 × 3.2 cm
Retail Price RM127.71
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Maybe you wake up each morning feeling exhausted. No matter how many cups of coffee you drink, you can’t seem to raise your energy levels. During the day, it’s hard to focus on your work. When a colleague addresses you with a simple question, you snap at her, only to feel guilty immediately after. Why do you feel this way? What’s going on?
Now, let discover how to conquer burnout and increase energy from a leading medical doctor. Ready to go from feeling effing tired to effing fantastic?
Does it feel like your life is too busy, your days are too short, and you’re feeling overworked, overstressed, and overtired? Chances are you’ve asked your doctor for help, only to be told that it’s because of your age, or your workload, or, worse, that it’s just “normal.”
If so, you’re not alone. Women of all ages are suffering from an epidemic of fatigue and burnout. But exhaustion doesn’t have to be your new normal. Inspired by her personal wellness journey, integrative medical doctor Amy Shah has created this program so that you can regain your energy and reclaim your life.

I’m So Effing Tired shows how you can overcome chronic exhaustion by tapping into the interconnected relationship between your gut, your immune system, and your hormones – also known as “the energy trifecta.” It demonstrates how you can boost energy levels by making changes to your lifestyle, your diet, and how you manage stress.
If you’re utterly sapped by life’s daily demands, you’re not alone. According to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 15 percent of women and 10 percent of men regularly feel drained of energy. The good news is, you don’t have to settle for exhaustion! The key message here is: Boosting your energy requires balancing your hormone levels, immune system, and gut health.
When you feel drained, it’s usually because the energy trifecta is out of balance. Women tend to be more susceptible, in large part because of periods. Periods cause hormonal fluctuations, which, in turn, result in low energy levels. You may be familiar with hormones like estrogen or cortisol, but there are many more, and each performs an important role in how good and energetic you feel.
When faced with constant exhaustion and stress, the resources that enable your hormonal system to function at full capacity become depleted, and this makes you more susceptible to getting sick – a fact that underlines the connection between hormonal inflammation, disease, and energy.
Meanwhile, there are 100 trillion microbes in your body, the bulk of which live in your gut; these constitute your microbiome. When your microbiome is in balance, your hormone and immunity levels also improve. Everything is connected, so fixing one system benefits the others, and your energy levels shoot up.
You now know that balancing the energy trifecta will help you ward off over-exhaustion and infection. But how do you achieve that balance?
The author used research around hormones, inflammation, and the gut to put together a two-week strategy designed to combat fatigue by rebalancing the energy trifecta. It’s known as the WTF plan – as in “Why the eff am I so tired?!” – and the most important element involves a change to your diet.
The key is tapping into the powerful energy trifecta: the complex relationship between your gut, your immune system, and your hormones. Drawing on the latest science and her work helping thousands of clients, Dr. Shah explains how to transform your life by changing:
● What You Eat: Increase your vegetable intake and sip Dr. Shah’s hormone-balance tea recipe to tamp down inflammation and heal your gut, without giving up your wine and chocolate!
● When You Eat: Changing when you eat and practicing intermittent fasting—the right way—will help you feel energized all day long.
● How you manage stress: Simple, stress-busting exercises and herbs like Ashwagandha and Amla berry help calm the Adrenal system and ease anxiety.
The book contains quizzes, facts, cheat-sheets and even a two-week meal plan to get you started. Dr. Shah intersperses her guidance and advice with her personal anecdotes and stories from her journey to make it a compelling and inspiring read.
Drawing from the latest science-backed facts and myth-busters and integrating functional and traditional medicine practices, Dr. Shah has all the information you need to conquer your stress. I’m So Effing Tired is an informative and intriguing read if you are looking to transform your life for the better by implementing what you have learnt.
In just two weeks, you’ll feel your energy surge. In three months, you’ll feel like a whole new person. It’s time to regain the energy you’ve lost, so you can get back to the life you want to live. If you feel like you too are constantly asking yourself this question, why am I so effing tired all the time, this book should be on your list of must-reads!
About the Author :
AMY SHAH, MD, is a double-board-certified medical doctor and nutrition expert with training from Cornell, Columbia, and Harvard Universities. Drawing from her background in internal medicine and allergy/immunology, as well as her own wellness journey, she has dedicated her practice to helping her patients feel better and live healthier through her integrative and holistic approach to wellness. She was named one of mindbodygreen’s Top 100 Women in Wellness to Watch in 2015 and appears regularly on national television shows and podcasts and in national magazines. She lives in Arizona with her family.
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