Five Strategies to Reduce Stress NOW!
By Rosalie Moscoe, R.N.C.P
Youíre overwhelmed by the many things you have to do. Your mind is constantly on work. Your heart pounds, you have a neck ache, back ache, poor digestion, and youíre so tired by the end of the day that you become a couch potato at night. You have little or no patience for those around you. If this description is all too familiar, itís time to take charge of your stress before it takes charge of you! Stress is said to be responsible for 50-80% of all illness - a good reason to do something about it. Not all stress is bad; - i.e. a wedding, a social event, starting a new, exciting job. Itís our reaction to events that will determine whether we will feel distress or not. What is stressful for one person may not even phase another. Knowing your triggers is a good place to start.
Five Strategies to Reduce Stress NOW! [528 words]
Rosalie Moscoe, R.N.C.P is an expert with twenty years of in-depth, hands-on experience in preventive health. She is also a professional speaker working in organizations for the past five years.
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