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Seasonal self-care rituals : eat, breathe, move, and sleep better-according to your dosha —Weis-Bohlen, Susan, 1963- author.

Reap the benefits of Ayurveda and optimize your seasonal habits with powerful, personalized self-care rituals to achieve your ideal weight, reduced stress, increased focus, and enhance emotional well-being one step - and...

The 4 season solution : the groundbreaking new plan for feeling better, living well, and powering down our always-on lives —Hartwig, Dallas, author.

"New York Times bestselling coauthor of the runaway bestsellers The Whole30 and It Starts With Food presents a paradigm-shifting plan that shows you how to boost energy, improve health, and feel happier by living more in...

The power of when discover your chronotype--and the best time to eat lunch, ask for a raise, have sex, write a novel, take your meds, and more —Breus, Michael, author.
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2016
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Most advice centers on what to do, or how to do it, and ignores the when of success. But exciting new research proves there is a right time to do just about everything, based on our biology and hormones. As Dr. Michael B...

Nature's great events

In this companion book to the television series, six of the most spectacular natural phenomena on our planet are explored--the flooding of the Okavango Delta in Botswana; the melting of 10 million square kilometers of ic...

Internal time : chronotypes, social jet lag, and why you're so tired —Roenneberg, Till.

Internal Time combines storytelling with accessible science tutorials to explain how our internal clocks work--for example, why morning classes are so unpopular and why "lazy" adolescents are wise to avoid them. We learn...

Rhythms of nature

Presents several different ecosystems in Canada, United States and Mexico, and looks at the relationship of indigenous peoples, the land and the animals and plants within these regions. Introduces the viewer to the Inter...

The revolutionary genius of plants : a new understanding of plant intelligence and behavior —Mancuso, Stefano, author.

Do plants have intelligence? Do they have memory? Are they better problem solvers than people? The Revolutionary Genius of Plants--a fascinating, paradigm-shifting work that upends everything you thought you knew about p...

Body cycles —Ross, Michael Elsohn, 1952-

Discusses body cycles, how the body repairs and renews itself again and againches

The timing of biological clocks —Winfree, Arthur T.

Explores the many aspects of circadian rhythms, from jet lag to biorhythms to "forbidden phases" of sleep when one cannot awaken spontaneously.

Biological clocks —Riedman, Sarah Regal, 1902-, author.

Describes the inbuilt mechanism that regulates the rhythms of life in all living things and discusses how these rhythms are set and what happens when they become distorted.

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