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Top 3 Stress Relief Books for 2014.


Stress relief books

Read these Stress relief books and find the answers to your stressful problems.


High blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes are all common and dangerous effects of stress. If you’re looking for some stress relief in 2014, these books promise to help.

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

Stress Relief Books You Need To Read!

Looking for advice on how to manage your stress?   Good news!   There are plenty of books to help you destress in the new year!    Here are 3 stress relief books worth looking into in 2014.

The first book is –

The 10-Step Stress Solution — Live More, Relax More, Re-energise

By Neil Shah

This book is wrote by Neil Shah.   She is the founder of the Stress Management Society.   her book focuses on a 10 step program to reduce stress.   It is a great book that allows the reader to test their stress throughout the book and it gives the reader tools anyone can use to eliminate stress.

The second book mentioned is –

Buddha’s Book of Stress Reduction: Finding Serenity and Peace with Mindfulness Meditation

By Joseph Emet

This next book comes from Joseph Emet, the founder of the Mindfulness Meditation Centre in Montreal.    The theme of the book is using meditation to combat stress.   As the book progresses it gives the reader 15 different meditation exercises to focus on.  These really help put your stress into perspective.

The last book is –

The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living

By Amit Sood

If you are looking for a more scientific viewpoint on stress then look no further.   The author goes into how your body reacts to stress as well as what stress does to the body afterwards.    The author also comes up with great strategies to relieve stress as well.  One of the best bits of advice was to learn to forgive.    Holding on to feelings of anger can cause higher blood pressure, reduce sleep and add more stress to our lives.

If you are interested in learning more about Stress Management, perhaps you would be interested in taking online stress management courses?






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