Imagine if you could learn how to deal with stress in one evening!

Imagine if, in one sitting, you could learn how to reduce stress!
We all know that some pressure in life, whether personal or in the workplace, can be motivational.
Too much pressure, however, turns into stress, which refers to the mental, emotional and physiological responses to pressure, which has become excessive.
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Mental – indecisiveness, inability to think straight, inability to focus on a task

Emotional – bursting into tears, feeling anxious, feeling angry, being aggressive in work or personal relationships

Physiological – sweaty palms, butterflies in stomach, thumping headache, unexplained rash, faster heartbeat, increased blood pressure, insomnia

We can’t always change the world around us, but we can change how we react to that world. There are many ways in which we can learn how to deal with stress, and learn how to reduce the stress in our lives.  

What can you expect from the book?

How to Stress-Proof Yourself is a no-nonsense, practical guide, which will help you:
1. Learn how to deal with stress
2. Learn how to reduce stress
The book explains some of the neuroscience and theory of stress, but it doesn’t blind you with science. Instead, it presents information about stress in a straightforward and easy to understand way.

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The book explores how to deal with stress and how to reduce stress by exploring:

What is stress anyway? What makes stress bad?
A new approach to stress – Do you know if you’re stressed? How can you tell? What are your thoughts? How do you feel? Can you change?
 By giving advice – Reliable, practical advice on how to make changes to your life regarding how to reduce stress and how to deal with stress.

The book gives you tried and tested mind-reprogramming techniques and stress reduction strategies to help you both learn to deal with stress and learn how to reduce stress in your life.

The key to making changes is in developing new patterns and responses to stress. These, when implemented on a daily basis, help you learn how to deal with stress and learn how to reduce stress.

The reprogramming techniques explained in the book are both simple and powerful. When faithfully and methodically applied, negative and stressful thought patterns and reactions naturally change, leading to a happier and more peaceful existence.

Your reaction to stress can be changed. By using the techniques in this book, your brain will learn to respond differently to the stressors that it encounters and, like a muscle, the more it is used the stronger, more established and responsive it will become.

In addition, the book is full of simple exercises designed to help you learn how to deal with stress and learn how to reduce stress in different ways, such as:

Thought patterns: How many times have you been stressed to the hilt over a situation that got your of your control, only to have things turn out for the best further along the line?

Positively Adjusted Thoughts (PATs) are an incredibly simple method of helping you to deal with stress and to reduce stress. Powerful, and yet so simple!

Physical activity: Have you heard of the walking email?

Physical activity and exercise are well-known stress busters.
This book helps you incorporate physical activity into your every day life.

Dietary changes: Did you know that changing what you eat can have a major affect on how you deal with stress?

Did you know that there are certain foods that are actually well-known to reduce stress?
You’ll find out what they are, and more, in this book.

Who is the book for?

This book is for you.

People respond in different ways to stress. You might be the sort of person who drives too fast, works 15-hour days and survives on extra three-shot espressos.

Or you might be someone who feels tired all day every day, and you can’t seem to stop worrying.

You might be a teacher, a fireman, a healthcare worker, a CEO, a circus acrobat or an A-level student. It doesn’t matter who you are, what matters is that you are fed up with the stress in your life and want to learnhow to deal with stressand how to reduce stress!

The beauty of the book is in its size. How to Stress-Proof Yourself is a 62 page, A5, spiral bound booklet, designed to be read a chapter at a time or easily read from cover to cover in one sitting. It’s small enough to be carried with you when you need a quick refresher on the exercises the book suggests.

Who are we?

The book has been written by Pamela Elder, an independent management consultant specialising in occupational stress management, and co-authored by Vincent Montgomery, an award-winning holistic therapist. Both Pamela and Vincent bring decades of experience in health and stress management, specifically, on how to deal with stress and how to reduce stress. You can find more about the authors here.