Stressors are everywhere. Each and every day, we run into situations that constantly test us, rob us of our patience, strip us of our sanity, impact our focus, and cause us to lose control of our days. Although stress can be challenging, it can also be easy to handle if you have a system to deal with it. This system would knock out these stressors, shut down your anxiety, and curb fear so you can take back control of your life.
Inside The Stress-Free You: How to Live Stress-Free and Feel Great Every Day, Starting Today is an easy-to-implement system which you can use today to knock out the stressors in your life one by one.
You’ll discover why a little stress is good for you, why your body becomes “overloaded” with chronic stress, how to assess your stress level and take definite action steps to tame the wild beast of stress, how simple meditation and such gentle exercises as yoga and Tai Chi can help you beat stress, stress management tips you can use at work, school and home to relieve stress nearly instantly, how the simple act of sleep (when done properly!) works as a great stress-buster, and more.
Get your copy of The Stress-Free You: How to Live Stress-Free and Feel Great Every Day, Starting Today and begin knocking out your daily stressors today!
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Not a big fan but don't take my experience to seriously. I am constantly trying to improve. This was like going back to basics for me.
Doable, comprehensive...and oh yeah, doable.
I haven't really read any other relaxation or stress-reduction books. So in all fairness, I couldn't make any comparison to other books.
No, but she has a great voice.
"I feel the need, the need to breathe!"
It's a very good book. As I mentioned, it's very comprehensive. I was a bit put off at first because of a slow start. As I continued to listen, it became more interesting with some great reminders of things I already know to do to relax, but also some new and creative ideas. I'm putting these to use immediately. Great book!
"One and a half hours I'll never get back"
It was really dreadful, the narrator's voice was whiney and extremely patronising, she didn't tell me anything I didn't already know. I listened to the end hoping it would improve but it didn't. I wish I could give it no stars.
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