IMPORTANT: BEFORE PURCHASING, PLEASE BE AWARE THAT YOU WILL NEED TO USE A COMPUTER TO DOWNLOAD THE AUDIO CONTENT. Would you like to be able to relax and keep your edge? Would you like to feel in control of your life? Would you like to take the pressure off and feel good? Then this amazing new book and hypnotic trance is for you! Based on over twenty years of research, this book contains cutting edge psychological techniques that will automatically create feelings of calm alertness for you to access whenever you choose. You will learn how to transform your life from a place of peace, freedom from worry and inner strength. The book also comes with a free digital download of a hypnotic trance that will help you to re-programme your mind to control stress, build up your inner strength and bring more joy, power and happiness to everything you do. The book and trance work together as a complete breakthrough system - the totally natural way to improve your overall quality of life!
This text is appropriate as a main text for Stress Management courses taught out of Health Education, Psychology, Nursing, and Physical Education departments at four-year schools. This text is designed to translate scientific stress concepts into an understandable, practical format. It presents a holistic approach to health that stresses the relationship between mind, body, and emotion in stress management. Written with students' needs in mind, the text helps students discover their problems through self-assessment exercises.
Ready to take back control? We all have stress in our lives. It could be a deadline at work, a major change such as a house move, or a relationship breakdown. Whatever it is, it can leave you feeling out of control. How to Manage Stress helps you work out what it is that makes you stressed and shows you how you can tackle it. Whether you crumble under pressure, get angry, or simply bury your head in the sand, this book provides effective techniques to help you take the edge off and even channel your stress in a positive way. · Know how to create a calm and stress-free environment · Make better use of your time – never again get overwhelmed · Identify stress in yourself and others – and know what to do about it ‘Engaging, practical and packed with simple to achieve exercises that really do help you combat stress.’ Matthew Cole, Clinical Director, York Stress & Trauma Centre
These are the proceedings of the Third International Interdisciplinary Conference on Stress and Tension Control, sponsored by the International Stress and Tension-Control Society held at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland from August 30-September 3, 1988. The Society celebrated the 15th year of its existence. It was founded in 1974 as the American Association for the Advancement of Tension-Control which held annual meetings in Chicago through 1979. Recognizing the multi-national interest in stress and tension control, the association changed its name and scope accordingly. The original American Association was founded and nurtured for many years by Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Jacobson and Professor F. J. McGuigan. The proceedings of the first international conference in London were also published by Plenum Publishing Company (Stress and Tension Contral, McGuigan, Sime and Wallace, 1980), as were those of the second international conference which was held at the University of Sussex in Brighton, England (McGuigan, Sime and Wallace, 1984). These and the publication of the proceedings from 1974 reflect the interest in stress and tension control that has grown steadily throughout the past decades, as also does the publication of numerous other books related to Stress Management.
The Breakthrough Program to Control Stress and Lose Weight
Author: Shawn Talbott
Pubpsher: Hunter House
Category: Health & Fitness
Dr. Talbott shows beleaguered dieters how to eat for quality and quantity at every meal, focusing on the quality of carbs, fats, and proteins as well as the quantity, and explaining how to control cortisol and blood sugar.
Author: F. J. McGuigan,Wesley E. Sime,J. Macdonald Wallace
Pubpsher: Springer Science & Business Media
The Second International Interdisciplinary Conference on Stress and Tension Control, sponsored by the International Stress and Tension Control Society, was held at The University of Sussex, Brighton, England during the period August 30 - September 3, 1983. The Society has evolved from the American Association for the Advancem~t of Tension-Control, which met each year for five years in Chicago commen cing in 1974, and for which proceedings such as these were published annually. Because of an international flavor which the association gradually acquired the name was changed to that of The International Stress and Tension-Control Association. That organization met in London in 1979, and then in Louisville, Kentucky in 1981 in conjunc tion with The Biofeedback Society of America. The proceedings of that first international conference in London were also published by Plenum Publishing Company. (Stress and Tension Control, McGuigan, Sime and Wallace, 1981). Because the results of that first conference were so gratifying, this second conference was scheduled, with similar consequences. These proceedings are offered for the purpose of advancing our methods of coping with stress through tension control, for excessive bodily tension can indeed result from failure to adapt to the many stresses of life that we all continually face. As we are well aware, the consequences of chronic overtension can be disastrous in many ways for the human body.
Stress Management Skills Training Course. Understand what stress is. Learn how to recognise when you are starting to be stressed. Become proactive in managing your stress. Exercises to help enhance your skills. Learn how to change your response to stress. Understand how to become more positive about your life. A 4 step model to lasting change.
Applying Research, Theory and Skills to Post-compulsory Education and Training
Author: Elizabeth Hartney
Pubpsher: A&C Black
In this ground-breaking book, Dr. Elizabeth Hartney provides readers with a basic understanding of stress, in the context of FE teaching, and its effects on personal and professional well-being. She suggests a wide range of strategies for managing stressors chat affect FE practitioners, from career planning to dealing with difficult people. A must-read for stressed-out practitioners in FE.
Learn the science behind stress and start living better Stress can kill. Chronic stress has been linked to depression, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Left untreated it can cause serious and long-lasting health problems. Drawing on two decades of clinical research into the effects of stress on the brain and the body, For the Love of Stress is designed to help you learn to control your stress and live a happier, healthier life. Dr. Sonia Lupien is internationally respected as a leading authority on the science of stress, and in this practical, accessible book she provides an essential guide to understanding and managing the stresses we face every day. Identifying the four factors that underlie any stressful situation: Novelty—something new and unfamiliar; Unpredictability—not knowing how something is going to unfold; Threat—to your sense of self; and a poor Sense of self control, Dr. Lupien uses the appropriate acronym "N.U.T.S." to explore how stress makes us feel and how we can learn to cope. Helps the reader understand the science behind stress, how it affects us physically and mentally, and what we can do to keep it in check Explores why men make women's stress hormone levels rise but women cause men's stress hormone levels to drop Provides proven solutions for dealing with stress, including one for helping children to cope with moving schools as well as stress in the workplace Contrary to common belief stress is not simply "time pressure" or "workload" but rather our natural response to these things, characterized by the release of stress hormones Shows readers how a routine blood test can identify if you are at risk from high levels of stress hormones In her practical and accessible book Dr. Lupien shows how stress can and should be controlled, not avoided.