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The stress cure : how to resolve stress, build resilience and boost your energy / Patrick Holford, Susannah Lawson.

By: Holford, Patrick [author.].
Contributor(s): Lawson, Susannah, Lic ION [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Piatkus, 2015Description: 272 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780349405483.Subject(s): Stress (Psychology) | Stress (Physiology) | Stress managementSummary: Stress is very much part of life in the 21st century, and has overtaken the common cold as the major reason for taking time off work. But while we cannot avoid life's pressures, we can influence the degree to which they affect us, and how we react. This book examines why we become stressed, how the stress response is unique to each of us and why stress, particularly when combined with fatigue, can create a vicious circle that has serious implications for our long-term health. The authors suggest a unique blend of practical solutions that include: uncovering your stress triggers and stress response; learning how to reframe negative beliefs; effective time management that includes relaxation and fun; and becoming more resilient by tuning up your stress hormones.
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Stress is very much part of life in the 21st century, and has overtaken the common cold as the major reason for taking time off work. But while we cannot avoid life's pressures, we can influence the degree to which they affect us, and how we react. This book examines why we become stressed, how the stress response is unique to each of us and why stress, particularly when combined with fatigue, can create a vicious circle that has serious implications for our long-term health. The authors suggest a unique blend of practical solutions that include: uncovering your stress triggers and stress response; learning how to reframe negative beliefs; effective time management that includes relaxation and fun; and becoming more resilient by tuning up your stress hormones.

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