Stress & Anxiety Conquering Successfully BUNDLE
"Discover a Simple Solution to Putting an End to Stress and Wasted Time"
In This Course, You'll Find Out How To Manage Your Stress More Effectively And Live A Happier Life!
Do you feel like the stress is building up?
That you could over-flow at any moment?
Each of us only has 24 hours in each day, but some of us enjoy those hours a lot more than others. It's not to do with money (although it helps), it's about how you make use of your time and how stressed or relaxed you are during those 24 hours.
Wish You Could Enjoy Your Time?
Most of us understand that stress is preventing us from enjoying our time, but we don't always know the best way to overcome our stress and continue enjoying our lives despite it.
In fact, the majority of us just bottle up our stress until it slowly begins to take us over and prevent us from enjoying our daily lives. You might be spending time with your partner or your children, but you're not really there. You're actually in your head, thinking about work and other stressors.You never really relax.You never truly take a break.It's possible for you to enjoy your life more.
What's The Solution?
So how on Earth are you going to magically reduce your stress and learn how to live your life again?For the past few years I've been living a very productive, happy and stress free life. Just like you, I spent most of my time working and feeling bad about how I wasn't spending those hours with my family and friends.But it really is possible to 'hack' your life so that you can spend more of it enjoying the little time we have on this Earth.
This guide will tell you everything you need to start managing your stress better and therefore lead a happier lifestyle.
Getting Back Time: How to Stay Calm, Confident and Collected In Even the Most Stressful Situations
If you've been wanting to improve your lifestyle for years then do not wait any further. This is the time. You can do this.Here's exactly what you'll get inside the course:
Also included is a Checklist.
View or print this handy checklist so that you can check off each point.
It is like a summary of the entire guide but in actionable, bite-sized points so that you can successfully get through the course.
You'll also get access to a rolodex of top sites, blogs, forums, tools, apps and services to get you even further.Inside you'll find:
Also included is a beautiful Mindmap showing all the major points.
A quick glance over this mindmap and you'll get an instant refresher of all the major points and action steps from the main guide.
Also included is a Great Ebook called:
Dealing with Stress
Just about everyone who you talk to nowadays will complain about being“stressed out.” Thirty years ago, no one ever even used this term. Today,however, it is a staple in most conversations. We often refer to ourselves as being “stressed out” when we discuss our careers as well as our personal lives.
Recent studies indicate that even children are “stressed out.” Little kids, who shouldn’t have a care in the world, are becoming “stressed” due to activities at home or at school. In most cases, they are simply inheriting the stress from their parents.
We all experience stress during the course of our lives. There is a difference,however, in being constantly stressed out and experiencing stress due to a certain situation. Anything that dramatically disrupts our lives is a cause for stress. Most people recover from the stressful situation after it has been resolved or over a period of time.
Other people tend to get stressed out all the time. In fact, their entire life appears to be one big stress factory. This is unhealthy and is gradually taking its toll on our society. Each year, billions of dollars are spent on symptoms of stress. There are dozens of prescriptive medicines on the market today that address stress and anxiety. Millions of people are on some sort of medication for “stress.”
What has happened in the past thirty years that has caused us to become such a nation of stressed out individuals? Is society expecting too much from us or are we expecting too much from ourselves? Why are so many people suffering from the following:
Also, enjoy a couple of mp3 audios and .pdf Report for taking with you anywhere and everywhere you go that provide solutions on How to Live Stress-Free:
These days everyone is feeling pressure. We rush at work, we rush at home, there’s always so much that needs to be done. Stress and anxiety have become part of our lives. But how do we deal with it? Most people don’t. Stress causes havoc on our bodies. Let it rage free and stress will make you sick.
The statistics are staggering. One in every eight Americans between the age of 18 and 54 suffers from an anxiety disorder. This totals over 19 million people! Research conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health has shown that anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness, surpassing even depression. Women are affected almost twice as much as men and it’s the number one mental health problem among this gender. Men are not unaffected though; anxiety disorders in males are second only to alcohol and drug abuse.
Anxiety not on takes a toll on our health but on our checkbooks, to the tune of $46.6 billion annually in the United States. Anxiety sufferers see an average of five doctors before being successfully diagnosed.
Stress and anxiety go hand in hand. One of the major symptoms of stress is anxiety. And stress accounts for 80 percent of all illnesses either directly or indirectly.
Stress is more dangerous than originally thought. You probably already know that it can raise your blood pressure, increasing the likelihood of a stroke.But recently it’s been claimed that 90 percent of visits to a primary care physician were because of stress-related disorders.
Health Psychology magazine reports that chronic stress can interfere with the normal function of the body's immune system. And studies have proven that stressed individuals have an increased vulnerability to catching an illness and are more susceptible to allergic, autoimmune, or cardiovascular diseases. Doctors agree that during chronic stress, the functions of the body that are nonessential to survival, such as the digestive and immune systems, shut down. Stress is making us sick.
Furthermore, stress often prompts people to respond in unhealthy ways such as smoking, drinking alcohol, eating poorly, or becoming physically inactive.This damages the body in addition to the wear and tear of the stress itself.You can’t eliminate stress; it’s part of life. You can however manage it. It’s how we react to it that makes the difference. Coping techniques will help you control stress so that you can maintain your health and happiness.
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