Beat Stress Without Losing Your Mind
Thanks to advancements in technology, improved civil rights, and disease prevention and cure, our lives should be happier, healthier and more fulfilling than ever before.
So why is it then that 48% of Americans report experiencing more stress than they did five years ago?
If you constantly feel overwhelmed and unable to cope with what life is throwing at you, you’re not getting the same quality of sleep you used to, or you experience physical tension much of the time, you’re not alone.
Chronic stress is potentially fatal. Diseases such cancer, heart disease, and cirrhosis of the liver, as well as respiratory disorders, accidental injuries, and suicide all share stress as a common denominator.
Yes, you can blame Chronic Stress as a significant contributing factor to all six of the leading causes of death in the United States.
So how do you free yourself from the constant presence of stress in your life? Is it even possible in this modern day society of ours to live a life with less pressure and stress?
Thankfully it is, and this book will help you in two ways:
#1 - By providing clear and concise information about stress, so you understand the condition and its effects on your body and your mind
#2 - By giving you practical ways to relieve, reduce, prevent and manage stress so you can get back control of your life and preserve your long-term health and happiness.
You can use this book to stop stress governing your life, and start living it the way you want to.
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+ A Free Gift: Understanding Depression
Did you know that…
According to the World Health Organization…
350 million people worldwide have some form of depression
Anxiety and Depression Association of America reports…
Major Depressive Disorder is the #1 cause of disability in the United States for people age 15 to 44.3.
Mental Health America states that…
About 1 in 8 US women develop clinical depression in their lifetimes.
About 12 million US women experience clinical depression each year.
Women are 70% more likely than men to have depression.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reports that...
There are 9 million Americans with co-occurring disorders.
According To The Centers For Disease Control…
In 2010, the CDC reported that 8 million outpatient doctor visits were attributed to major depressive disorder.
Around the world, Major Depressive Disorder, Postpartum Depression, PTSD, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Atypical Depression, and other depression conditions cripple the lives of millions.
Unfortunately, the problem is much bigger than the sobering statistics above indicate because…
Mental health professionals and other experts in the field estimate that as many as 50% of people displaying symptoms of major depression or other serious depression-related mental health disorders never get diagnosed, and never receive the help they need.
Some depressed and anxious individuals think they should just "tough it out" and "get over it.” They don't mention their problem to anyone.
This only makes matters worse because when depression is not treated properly, it can lead to serious physical, emotional, and mental health issues.