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50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress (Personal Health Guides) [Paperback]

Wendy Green

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2 April 2012 Personal Health Guides
Are you one of the 12 million people in the UK regularly affected by stress? In this reassuring and easy-to-follow book, find out 50 things you can do today to help you manage stress, such as identifying your stress triggers and learning how to manage them, choosing beneficial foods and supplements, and reducing stress through aromatherapy and therapeutic massage. This title is presented with a foreword by Jenny Edwards, Vice Chair of the International Stress Management Association UK and Editor of Stress News.

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I'm passionate about health and believe that we can all become healthier by taking more responsibility for our own wellbeing e.g. by eating well, taking regular exercise and managing stress.

Whilst completing a degree in health studies I studied health from all angles - including the psychological, biological, nutritional and social factors that affect our wellbeing. As a result, all of my books cover their topic holistically, with suggestions on how to overcome health issues through diet, supplements, exercise, psychological techniques and DIY complementary therapies.

I believe that a healthy lifestyle needn't involve depriving yourself of your favourite foods, or following a punishing exercise regime; making small, but long-term, tweaks to your diet and lifestyle can lead to huge improvements in your health. I am the author of fourteen books about healthy living and have been running a health project for the Deaf community for almost eight years.

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' a series of 50 things you can do today to manage... And there are 10 topics to date. They are fascinating books and I reckon there should be enough in there for me to banish my woes. So by my reckoning that is 500 things I can do to sort myself out.' (Paul Watson The Hartlepool Mail)

'This wonderful and easy-to-follow book offers 50 simple, yet excellent ways to effectively manage stress.' (YOGA Magazine)

'helps readers identify and avoid stress triggers through simple lifestyle... philosophical and dietary modifications.' (Publishers Weekly (USA))

'In this simple little text, health trainer Green takes a holistic approach to helping readers identify and avoid stress triggers. Suggestions range from living more frugally to cleaning more quickly and eating more healthfully. She touches on mindfulness themes such as living in the moment and practicing meditation. A section on DIY therapies (massages, aromatic baths, tapping) round out the book. This is the perfect title for reading in doctors' offices or in airport terminals.' (Library Journal (US))

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Wendy Green is a trainer for a health program. Jenny Edwards is the vice chair of the International Stress Management Association UK and the editor of "Stress News."

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