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After twenty-seven years treating patients in emergency rooms, Dr. Mona Balogh noticed a trend: from heart failure to addiction, people chronically use ERs to address disease. These "frequent flyers" are ER regulars with little understanding of their illness or how to help themselves. Dr. Balogh knew these patients deserved more from medicine-there had to be a better way. I After twenty-seven years treating patients in emergency rooms, Dr. Mona Balogh noticed a trend: from heart failure to addiction, people chronically use ERs to address disease. These "frequent flyers" are ER regulars with little understanding of their illness or how to help themselves. Dr. Balogh knew these patients deserved more from medicine-there had to be a better way. In How to Stay Out of My Emergency Room, Dr. Balogh combines Western and Eastern approaches to show us how to overcome harmful mindsets that prevent us from recovering. By applying the Eastern philosophy of opposing forces and dynamic tension with the time-tested methods of The 12 Steps and Vipassana, she shows us how to incorporate meditation to choose a healthier lifestyle. If you or someone you know feels stuck in an unhealthy rut, this book will help you find the right strategy to conquer a vicious cycle and discover your best self.


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After twenty-seven years treating patients in emergency rooms, Dr. Mona Balogh noticed a trend: from heart failure to addiction, people chronically use ERs to address disease. These "frequent flyers" are ER regulars with little understanding of their illness or how to help themselves. Dr. Balogh knew these patients deserved more from medicine-there had to be a better way. I After twenty-seven years treating patients in emergency rooms, Dr. Mona Balogh noticed a trend: from heart failure to addiction, people chronically use ERs to address disease. These "frequent flyers" are ER regulars with little understanding of their illness or how to help themselves. Dr. Balogh knew these patients deserved more from medicine-there had to be a better way. In How to Stay Out of My Emergency Room, Dr. Balogh combines Western and Eastern approaches to show us how to overcome harmful mindsets that prevent us from recovering. By applying the Eastern philosophy of opposing forces and dynamic tension with the time-tested methods of The 12 Steps and Vipassana, she shows us how to incorporate meditation to choose a healthier lifestyle. If you or someone you know feels stuck in an unhealthy rut, this book will help you find the right strategy to conquer a vicious cycle and discover your best self.

44 review for How to Stay Out of My Emergency Room: Master Your Health and Find Joy in Life by Balancing the Power of Your Mind, Your Body, and Your Higher Self

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    “How To Stay Out Of My Emergency Room” by Mona Balogh caught my attention, not because I am chronically ill, but because I am interested in public health and management of chronic diseases. The beauty of this book is the way Dr. Balogh dishes out some hard truths about how we sabotage our bodies and relationships with non-judgmental kindness backed by years of emergency medicine experience. The real life stories of her “frequent flyers” and own lessons from years in the ER made it easy to examin “How To Stay Out Of My Emergency Room” by Mona Balogh caught my attention, not because I am chronically ill, but because I am interested in public health and management of chronic diseases. The beauty of this book is the way Dr. Balogh dishes out some hard truths about how we sabotage our bodies and relationships with non-judgmental kindness backed by years of emergency medicine experience. The real life stories of her “frequent flyers” and own lessons from years in the ER made it easy to examine what is really going on when those we love end up in and out of the hospital battling their own bodies. The concept of Yin and Yang can send my mind spiraling with confusion but Dr. Balogh uses clear diagrams and examples from both eastern and western philosophies to help explain how important it is to bring the power of your body, mind and higher self in balance. She successfully incorporates Eastern practices and Western medicine with proven addiction and mental health practices to lead those who feel they are losing their battle with a disease or behavior to a more balanced and joyful state.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eva Lazar

    This was an absolutely fantastic reading experience. I was a bit wary at first, as the book makes large promises. I wasn't sure whether the author was eloquent or if that pondus came from their position as a doctor. As I read, I found that the perspective offered was one that struck me as something fresh. It offered a viewpoint that I had not previously considered. The book is largely constructed as a self-help book for those in dire need of help. However, there is much knowledge to be gained by This was an absolutely fantastic reading experience. I was a bit wary at first, as the book makes large promises. I wasn't sure whether the author was eloquent or if that pondus came from their position as a doctor. As I read, I found that the perspective offered was one that struck me as something fresh. It offered a viewpoint that I had not previously considered. The book is largely constructed as a self-help book for those in dire need of help. However, there is much knowledge to be gained by anyone reading it; this could be in the form of insight into the lives of others, or techniques to apply to one's own life. While a lot of background is given and the theory behind the book is clearly explained, there are also practical exercises that can be used by anyone who is interested. I have attempted several of these myself and have found them to be quite useful and enjoyable. I suppose that the best review that I can give, is the order I intend to place later this year of several copies of this book, to be distributed among friends and family. With its clear concept, accessible examples, logic and audience-understanding, I have nothing negative to say about this book. A recommendation to anyone, regardless of current circumstances in life.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Starting off with a bang for October is this book! This book is something that is absolutely interesting and very enlightening on several sides. This book is divided into basically two sections, the first section is more of the comprehension side of what you need to change and why. Then the second section is how to incorporate those changes into your life in an easy and great manner. I loved the meditiotions the author provided. Those are amazing! I love how the author also explained the 12 poin Starting off with a bang for October is this book! This book is something that is absolutely interesting and very enlightening on several sides. This book is divided into basically two sections, the first section is more of the comprehension side of what you need to change and why. Then the second section is how to incorporate those changes into your life in an easy and great manner. I loved the meditiotions the author provided. Those are amazing! I love how the author also explained the 12 point support system and why it is important. I really liked that. The case examples were great; they were through enough that will open your eyes to different aspects of unhealthiness. I read through this book quickly and I definitely recommend this book to not only those who work with patients but also anyone in general. Great Book!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Divya Mahajan

    How to stay out of my emergency room by Dr Mona Balogh is a sensitively written, deeply understood book from her own personal experience. Though mostly she talks about frequent visitors (she calls frequent flyers) to the ER, this book is a must read for everyone be it patients, those around them or caregivers as all of us have been one or the other. The best thing is the author is neither preachy nor tries to lecture but tries to engage the reader and gives health tips not only for the physical How to stay out of my emergency room by Dr Mona Balogh is a sensitively written, deeply understood book from her own personal experience. Though mostly she talks about frequent visitors (she calls frequent flyers) to the ER, this book is a must read for everyone be it patients, those around them or caregivers as all of us have been one or the other. The best thing is the author is neither preachy nor tries to lecture but tries to engage the reader and gives health tips not only for the physical body but also mind and spirit . The author also puts forward her thoughts on different type of healing and combines the treatment methods of both east and west world. Moreover there are no heavy words or technical terms but a simple language that is easy to understand and this makes the book more relatable. A very engaging read

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Thomas

    This book is not only for people that want or need to improve their health but also for the caregivers. The author references the yin/yang symbol as the negative and positive aspects of our lives. She shows how to increase the positivity and decrease the negativity in your life. She discusses the higher self and lower self and how we need balance in our lives. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is about understanding while the second part is about doing the work. As I read the boo This book is not only for people that want or need to improve their health but also for the caregivers. The author references the yin/yang symbol as the negative and positive aspects of our lives. She shows how to increase the positivity and decrease the negativity in your life. She discusses the higher self and lower self and how we need balance in our lives. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is about understanding while the second part is about doing the work. As I read the book, I realized there were things I needed to change in my life to improve my health. I have respiratory issues and limited mobility. I know I need to make sure I continue to take my medication as prescribed and to get as much exercise as my body will allow. If I don’t, I will be expressing power over other people in the form of them taking care of me. She goes into great detail about the importance of twelve-step programs as support systems. I love the meditations included. They address being mindful and loving kindness which are especially important these days. The book is written in an easy to read format. I was able to finish it quickly and will refer back to it over and over again. I highly recommend this book to anyone that wants to improve their health or just bring balance into their lives.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Kolenchuk

    Interesting model of health and illness. Mona presents interesting model of illness which is used to discuss and achieve transformational cures of body, mind, and spirit - although the word cure does not appear in the book. I found the yin-yang and other diagrams to be a powerful tool for understanding. The case studies are interesting and give insight into natural drift to unhealthiness and disease.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Randal

    I have not received this book yet.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a fantastic book. I think more people should read it. The author speaks from years of experience and shares that knowledge. In this time of Covid and with an idiot in the White House, we need to take stock of ourselves. I suggest you read this book, learn about yourself, and go forward.

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