Présentation de l'éditeur
Aspen's young career as an international investigative journalist ended abruptly in a hospitalization to padded cell with a drain in the floor. Told she should apply for disability and not have children due to her mental illness, at age 22, Aspen had given up hope life would ever be normal again. Speaking out now for the first time, she shares how she beat the odds and recovered fully. From food stamps to business woman of the year, Aspen has spent the past ten years putting her investigative skills to use to bring to light the latest and greatest natural remedies in mental health care. Learn how thousands have recovered, step by step, in her first book in the Med Free Method™ Book Series: Med Free Bipolar.
In Med Free Bipolar you will Learn:
Natural alternatives that are as effective as prescriptions
What you need to know before quitting meds and how to get your doctor and family on board
What types of doctors can actually heal you (some who even take insurance/medicaid!)
What tests to ask for to rule out physical causes that look psychiatric
Natural supplements that can effectively END: rage, anger issues, anxiety, insomnia, racing thoughts, night terrors and "surround sound" noise sensitivity
How to shut your brain off when you want
What kind of diet is the best for bipolar
What to feed to your brain when it's manic, depressed, racing, and having mixed episodes
Natural cures for lost libido and medication weight gain
Easy, lazy lifestyle changes that can make a huge difference in your mental health
The primary goal of Med Free Bipolar is to show that treating bipolar effectively through natural means is not only possible, but highly likely. The Med Free Method™ is designed as a fourth treatment option over being medicated, "unmedicated", or "self-medicated", written by a peer who has been through it and backed by scientifically-proven, field-tested methods.
Biographie de l'auteur
Aspen Morrow was born and named after the aspen trees in Idaho. Traveling the world as an intern, English teacher and photo-journalist, she put herself through college waiting tables and winning track and essay scholarships. After majoring in Public Relations with a minor in creative writing and Asian studies, she found herself unable to work due to a debilitating neurobiological disorder. Motivated to heal herself, she went on to recover naturally, become a business woman of the year in 2011 and a 2013 Woman of Influence. She is an author, dynamic speaker, artist, lover of life and serial entrepreneur. She now resides in Idaho with her husband and three children. Her favorite place to write is alongside the creek in her backyard surrounded by her chickens and the laughter of her children playing. She has plans to publish dozens of books in the genres of health, personal development and historical fiction. She is currently working as an author publicist.