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New Book, " Impatient Nation" helps reverse declining health and improve physical performance
Health Expert, Dr. Robert J. Haley, provides individuals a personal blueprint for health and wellness with the release of " Impatient Nation".
“Impatient Nation” also explains the important fact that healthcare as we know it is crisis-driven. If someone gets sick or has a physical ailment at that point medical intervention is utilized. That’s “crisis care”. True health and wellness is controlled in most part by the individual. This concept does not deal will trying to get a better insurance plan. That is important but the real important health concept is “Personal Responsibility”. People don’t realize that many decisions they make throughout the day can have a positive or negative effect on their health.
“Impatient Nation” is designed with the average, busy individual in mind. Its format teaches how to properly incorporate sound nutritional and exercise principles into daily life. Different than most of the diet and exercise books that are available, Impatient Nation, helps motivate you to be willing to strive to improve yourself by using simple concepts that are easy to follow. Topics such as dealing with stress, poor nutrition, lack of exercise and back pain are made easy to understand. Proper action steps are identified so advancing up, Dr. Haley’s “Pyramid of Power” can be comfortably achieved.
About Dr. Haley - Dr. Robert J. Haley is a Chiropractic physician and nutritionist with over 20 years of experience in the field of health and wellness. Dr. Haley has worked with numerous elite athletes and was named “New Jersey Sports Chiropractor of the Year in 2008. He was the head chiropractor for the 2003 FILA World Freestyle wrestling championships and served in the US Olympic Committee's Sports Medicine Volunteer Program in 2002. Dr. Haley has written numerous articles on health and wellness and is a contributor to “Train Hard Fight Easy “and “Train” magazine. Dr. Haley has helped individuals of all health levels reach their peak performance.