Celebrate the launch of Marcelle's new book, Are You Tired and Wired?
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by Marcelle Pick
There is an epidemic of fatigue running rampant in our society. Every morning, hundreds of thousands of women wake up to find themselves exhausted, overwhelmed, and overstressed. Groggily turning off the alarm, they reach for coffee, soda, or some other promise of energy. They suffer through the day—irritable, on edge, forgetful, depressed, and craving sweets. And then, at night, they have trouble sleeping. Diet and exercise don't seem to change things—if they even have the energy to follow these programs. So what on earth is going on?
Are You Tired and Wired? focuses on the root cause of these symptoms: adrenal dysfunction. The book helps readers identify which of three adrenal dysfunction profiles they fit—racehorse, workhorse, or flatliner—and then lays out an easy-to-follow, scientifically based program to help them restore adrenal balance, re-gear their metabolism, and regain their natural energy to live a happier and less-stressed life.
Praise for the Are You Tired and Wired?
"So many of us are addicted to a fast-paced, hectic life supported by coffee, sugar, and adrenaline. Unfortunately this is a prescription for burnout and disease, but thankfully, in Are You Tired and Wired?, Marcelle Pick explains why our sleep-deprived, overcaffeinated, stress-driven habits are depleting us and provides a practical, step-by-step plan for finding our pause buttons and restoring our health and vitality. If you are exhausted, drained, and heading toward burnout, read this book, and save yourself." —Mark Hyman, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of The UltraMind Solution and UltraMetabolism
"Marcelle Pick has written a book that is relevant, personal, and provides practical solutions to recognizing and understanding adrenal fatigue. Her descriptions will resonate with those who are wired and tired. It's a great validation to understand what's happening to you. This book blends the best of the scientific and clinical to provide a personal guide with specific action steps to help you find the road to recovery." —Liz Lipski, Ph.D., CCN, author of Digestive Wellness and Digestive Wellness for Children, Director of Doctoral Studies, Hawthorn University
"Marcelle Pick continues to be at the leading edge of women's health care by listening to her patients and responding to their pain. Are You Tired and Wired? is exactly what the many women suffering from undiagnosed adrenal fatigue need. I'll be recommending it to my patients." —Frank Lipman, M.D., author of Spent and Total Renewal
"Marcelle Pick is a compassionate and insightful clinician who has taken her understanding of healing to a new level. Her synthesis of the functional medicine/systemsbiology approach gives practical hands-on tools for patients to apply in their lives. I have worked with these tools in practice and find them to be invaluable in the nearly 40 percent of patients I see, across all medical conditions, who are 'tired and wired.'" —Patrick J. Hanaway, M.D., President, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
"From working with thousands of patients, Marcelle understands the crucial linkage between stress and illness and she also knows what to do about it. She gives each of us the power to heal ourselves. While based on impeccable research and science, her recommendations are surprisingly easy to follow. Marcelle is a healer and through her work you'll discover that you are too." —Raz Ingrasci, President and CEO, Hoffman Institute Foundation
"Marcelle's new book is amazing. She has taken complicated hormonal processes and made them simple for everyone to understand. I love her list of 'adrenal-friendly activities.' They are quick, easy, and portable. The many case studies illustrate that adrenal stress and fatigue comes in a broad number of varieties. Most women will see themselves—and be inspired to take action to restore their adrenals . . . and their life. Thank you for this much-needed book." —Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, President, Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center and author of Saying No to Vaccines