Dealing With Stress Naturally

Dealing With Stress Naturally

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Experiencing anxiety, tension and stress are immutable facts of life in this day and age. The pace of modern life picks up more and more each week. Many of us become overwhelmed because it becomes increasingly difficult to find time to relax or take it easy every now and then.

Few of us are able to "take time out to smell the flowers" nowadays, especially since the world wide recession hit and affected all of our lives. Many of us are working more than one job to make ends meet and rarely have time for healthy, emotional fulfilling activities that could allay our feelings of tension, anxiety and stress.

I wrote this eBook after I successfully found ways to wrestle control of my life back from the beasts known as anxiety stress and depression and stop getting depressed when things were not perfect!

Part of my problem was that I did not realize that stress was at the root cause of all of my problems. I was so busy running the treadmill in the rat race that I just could not see the way I was behaving, how I was constantly reacting rather than taking charge of my life and succumbing to the ravages of stress.

My first step when researching this book was to find out all I could about stress, anxiety and tension and what causes these conditions to manifest in our lives as a chronic, harmful problem.

In Dealing With Stress Naturally you will be become familiar with the basics about these psychologically and physically damaging conditions including --

> A discussion of the many definitions of stress and how medical professionals have typically defined it
> How irritability often manifests as a front line symptom of stress
> The symptoms of stress overload that can affect your ability to concentrate or focus on the task at hand
> The difference between "good" and "bad" stress
> The situations where it appropriate to seek out stress on purpose
> Why you are more prone to terrible accidents when you are stressed
> How the constant nurturing of negative emotions can lead to our stress levels
> What "feeling in control" of your live has to do with helping you manage stress
> How the "fight or flight" mechanism serves us in some situations and makes us chronically ill in others
> The biological evolution of the defense mechanisms that cause us to overreact to too much stimuli in the first place
> How chronic illness can cause terrible anxiety and tension as a sideline secondary symptom
> The role that dysfunctional families and relationships can play in increasing your stress levels
> Why doing the wrong type of work can be so unhealthy for you and cause your stress and anxiety levels to skyrocket
> How the Holmes-Rahe Social Readjustment Scale is used for measuring the impact of stress that is attached to various events in life with Death of a Spouse scoring a top 100 score
> The statistics regarding the number of stress related ailments that warrant millions of visits to the doctor every year
> The severe health consequences that can be the result of not being able to handle stress very well.
> How your mind and body are affected by stress
> How to recognize the warning signs that your stress levels are getting too high
> How to develop effective stress management strategies and techniques
> When to see professional advice for your anxiety, tension or stress
> A comprehensive list of all of the antidepressant drugs that are prescribed for anxiety and depression plus a discussion of all of their side effects
> How being prescribed antidepressants like Prozac or Effexor can cause problems such as blurred vision, sleep disruption, weight gain, abnormal bleeding, abdominal pain, sexual problems and gastrointestinal disturbance

...and a lot more information about tension, anxiety and stress that is practical and allows you to see your condition in the same light as a medical professional.

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