The Burnout Bible
How to tackle fatigue and emotional overwhelm naturally
by Rachel Philpotts
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Pub Date 18 Jul 2023 | Archive Date 29 Aug 2023
Are you fed up of feeling tired,
wired and unable to manage your mood?
Worried that your mental health is having an effect on your relationships or your ability to perform at work?
You are not alone.
Many successful career women believe they thrive under pressure yet become susceptible to the negative effects of stress. Despite unexplained changes in their health, some ignore the warning signs and burn out. At best this leaves them unable to function and at worst it can lead to infertility, heart attack, stroke or dementia.
Antidepressants are frequently offered for the symptoms of burnout but there is another way.
In The Burnout Bible, registered nutritionist, functional medicine practitioner and mental health expert Rachel Philpotts shares:
- A simple 4-step solution to improving your mood naturally,
- Evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle tips to tackle fatigue and emotional overwhelm, and
- Quick and easy mood-boosting recipes
As I sat and read Rachel's book, I couldn't help but stop and reflect on the personal moments of burnout that I have experienced in my own life. Yet, in feeling the expectation to be ‘always on’ and in experiencing the challenges of burnout, there is also an opportunity to learn that taking downtime and looking after your health is, indeed, productive too. Rachel’s book will open your mind to thinking about your approach to burnout in a whole new way. We all want to know how to feel more energised so that we can be at the top of our game, but how can we if we don’t address the root cause of why we’re burnt out? Rachel gives you the why, and most importantly the what to do. This book puts the power back in your hands and will become your bible on the road to recovery, giving you the opportunity to address your symptoms and most importantly find a solution! Tracey Raye, Health Editor, BBC Good Food and Olive