'Life Beyond Headaches' launched in Dubai
, November 7, 2013
Life Beyond Headaches, the US bestseller written by Dr Jeffry Finnigan, a noted Atlas Orthogonist, speaker and author, was launched in Dubai yesterday (November 6).
The book owes its bestseller status to being a self actualisation catalyst rather than just a self-help book, according to Dr Finnigan.
Regarded as the ultimate weapon for correcting the real cause of headaches – forever – Life Beyond Headaches has reached out to those suffering from chronic headaches and addressed their issues in a manner that is scientific yet simplified with a proven, six-step solution, a statement said.
The book addresses the core underlying cause of chronic headaches and accomplishes three major feats – generating hope in those wary of chronic headaches, divulging detailed methods of ridding oneself of chronic headaches and, lastly, serving as a launchpad to adopt a new personal philosophy with regards to the simplicity of health and the human body.
Endorsed by Mark Victor Hansen, co-founder of the iconic Chicken Soup for the Soul series, Life Beyond Headaches is an insightful, informative and intriguing look into the largely misunderstood world of headaches, it said.
Dr Finnigan said: “I’m excited about sharing the insight of this book with the people of Dubai. Life Beyond Headaches is a very special book because it offers a rare, and different, look on the headache. People’s outlook towards this invisible suffering as been largely subjective, but the reality is that it’s a real syndrome – one that is costing the US (and the world) billions of dollars in treatment costs and time loss, and one that’s costing many the quality of their lives.”
“Life Beyond Headaches is beyond just a discussion – it is a book put together with research, practical findings, scientific reasoning and understanding the functions of the human body, while providing controlling techniques in an overtly simplified manner.” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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