There is a pandemic. It’s called stress. It impacts everyone, some more often and to a bigger degree than others. But everybody has to learn how to deal with stress, otherwise it leaves us sad, angry, depleted, unfocused, and unproductive. Worse, it can contribute to harmful addictions, broken relationships, depression, and even suicide. To cope with stress, too many Americans have turned to sleeping pills, drugs, booze and food – and it seems we are more stressed out than ever. Perhaps we can blame it on the Great Recession, global events, technology, family, a boss, or just the fast-paced, ever-changing ever-competitive mobile lifestyle on the run, 24-7.It doesn’t have to be this way.There is hope and it comes from an unlikely source – a man who once suffered a nervous breakdown, was tossed into a mental institution, and left with a diagnosis of the incurable Bipolar Disorder. But that man – Paul Huljich – reveals an encouraging 9-step lifestyle plan for preventing and controlling stress in his new book.The Stress Pandemic, based on real-life experiences, exhaustive research, and consultation with medical professionals, includes numerous resources, charts, illustrations and diagrams.It includes details of Huljich’s story of overcoming mental illness and of the nine steps, which are:Take charge.Kick your bad habits,Learn to say no Affirmations, Exercise, Nutrition,Sleep,The power of awareness,Don’t give up.
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