Maybe its me?: A Blueprint to Reducing Stress While Achieving Peace in Your Life ePub download
by Russell Kirkman
- ISBN: 0963285726
- ISBN13: 978-0963285720
- ePub: 1419 kb | FB2: 1142 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Stress Management
- Publisher: Kirkman Group (December 1, 2003)
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 304
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Publisher:Kirkman Group Publishing.
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A Blueprint to Reducing Stress While Achieving Peace in Your Life. Published December 2003 by Kirkman Group. There's no description for this book yet.
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Great book in that it shows you step by step what you need to do to bring peace into your life. Definitely recommended. From beginning to end it is full of information. One person found this helpful.
Get Active: exercise can reduce stress through its release of endorphins, the body’s natural antidepressant hormone. 5. Limit the Caffeine: symptoms of stress and anxiety can be related to excessive amounts of caffeine in your body. Jogging, swimming and other aerobic activities help us to dissipate excess energy that would otherwise be bottled up inside. 3. Be Prepared: stress is often caused by a particular situation we are in. Many people, for example, have a fear of public speaking. Most people get the bulk of their caffeine from drinking coffee. I try to limit myself to drinking one cup of coffee each day when I first wake up.
People react to stress in different ways. Some of us are more vulnerable to stress than others. People who are always angry, impatient and mistrustful may have more stress-related physical problems. It is very important to try to avoid stress or at least to minimize it. That's why it is essential to notice early signs of stress and to remove some of its causes. If you catch the trouble early, the problem may be easy to fix. One of the best ways to cope with stress is to keep a sense of humor in difficult situations. Wise people say that laughter is the best medicine for all diseases