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How to Hang Loose in an Uptight World gives practical suggestions for reducing stress no matter how busy your lifestyle or how vast your obligations. In addition to exploring the causes of stress and how stress works on the body and mind, there’s an entire chapter devoted to stress-reduction techniques that require no time investment. Subsequent chapters provide relaxation techniques for one to five minutes and fifteen minutes to an hour, and demonstrate the need for at least a single day of rest.
“How would you like to do just what this title says—stop worrying forever? Following the simple steps the author outlines, you can do just that . . . There have been dozens of volumes on this subject in the past several years, but this is one of the best.” Hardcover.
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Say goodbye to the stressful life. In an age of discouragement and despair, this book offers a simple, personal philosophy to promote physical, spiritual, and mental well-being. For Winston K. Pendleton, faith provides the key to worry-free living. By finding faith in God, oneself, and in others, anyone can put anxiety to rest for good. Paperback.
Men have learned to be adept at hiding strong emotions or covering them with anger. Having little training on how to express their feelings or deal with them effectively, men are often unable to release the pressure that builds up over time. Physical results of stress can manifest themselves in unexplained aches and pains, chronic fatigue and insomnia, and susceptibility to disease.
Many women deal with stress differently from their male counterparts. They are taught at a young age to take care of the needs of others while neglecting their own. In doing so, women end up repressing their emotions, allowing tension to build up in the body. This kind of strain can cause long-term damage to the immune system, making the body more susceptible to infection and disease.
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