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Relaxation technique as a way to reduce stress

In Health, Healthcare, Medicine on December 14, 2012 at 10:19 am

This will help you begin to change the way you think, feel and act.

Visit it any time you want to boost your self-belief, to relax, and to regaimmunityin control of your life and direction.

Print this page and put it above your mirror, above your bed, above your desk, anywhere you’ll see it every day.

Make time – actually schedule some time in your planner or diary to do this. It will dramatically improve your mood, attitude, and approach to life, and therefore what you get from life.

Positive suggestion and visualization, combined with deep relaxation, is an easy way to release/reduce stress.

Just going through this relaxation exercise alone will help to change and improve the way you feel. If you combine the relaxation techniques with a repeated script of positive statements, such as the ‘I am’ script below, you will begin change the way you think, and feel, and act, and all that life offers as a result.

The more you use the relaxation exercise and say or hear the script, then the greater and more sustainable will be the effect.

The time it takes to change depends on different people. Stick with it and it will become easier, more natural, more enjoyable, and it will work.


Relaxation, scripts and self-help

The use of scripts while in a deeply relaxed state is an age-old method of gaining and maintaining control over our personal feelings and behaviors.

Relaxation combined with positive ‘self-talk’ enables self-help.meditate

The use of scripts or strong statements while in a deeply relaxed state enables a ‘conditioning’ effect on our subconscious.

Changing our subconscious – our feelings and beliefs – increases our sense of calm and well-being, and also enables change in our conscious thoughts and behaviors. It’s that simple.

Some people find it easier than others to relax deeply. It comes with practice.

If you find it difficult, allow yourself more time when going through the relaxation exercise. Create or put yourself into a quiet relaxing calm environment. Shut out noise and distractions. Lie down rather than sit.

When relaxing and emptying your mind it is natural for thoughts to arise – in which case simply acknowledge them gently and let them go – visualize them floating away like a balloon into the distance. Your ability to empty your mind and relax, free from thoughts, will improve with practice.

When you practice, you will increase the ease with which you can relax, and then you will find that you no longer need such a quiet environment. You will even find that you can achieve a deeply relaxed state in quite noisy, stressful environments. Even sitting at a desk at school moments before taking an exam.

Deep relaxation alone is good for the mind and body, without the use of scripted statements. Combining deep relaxation with good positive scripts is a powerful method of achieving greater happiness and for making positive personal change.

What I’m advocating here is the use of the same basic methodology – deep relaxation, combined with repeating strong statements – to achieve powerful personal change for the good, in this case, stress reduction.

Relaxation exercise

  1. Sit or lie down comfortably. Properly comfortably. Straighten your back, put your shoulders back to open your rib-cage.
  2. Relax your shoulder muscles particularly. Relax your whole body, and empty your mind.
  3. Close your eyes (obviously open them when you need to read the next stage). Take ten deep, slow breaths. Breathe from the pit of your stomach and feel your lungs filling.
  4. Focus on your breathing. Feel it getting deeper and slower. Feel yourself relaxing and any tension drifting away.
  5. Relax your shoulders and neck again.
  6. Visualize yourself being happy, succeeding, winning, being loved, laughing, feeling good.
  7. Relax your forehead, your mouth and your eyes.
  8. Allow a gentle smile to appear on your face as you feel a calmness enter your mind.
  9. Then say (out load ideally) the words below to yourself: (Here is an example of an “I am” statement, but you can make up your own that reinforces the thoughts that are causing you stress and tension)

I am….

I am a good person.

I have integrity.

Whatever life puts before me will be useful experience that will make me stronger, wiser, and more tolerant.

I am capable of handling difficult situations.

I have great motivation. I can do this. (Envision yourself completing the task at hand and doing well)

I am successful. I have been successful before and I will continue to be successful. I deserve to be successful.

I am a hard worker for my achievements.

I am a rightful earner of my accomplishments

I am fair and just.

I am a good person. I am.






In Health, Healthcare, Medicine on June 16, 2012 at 8:00 am



It started while I was taking a trip to India. It was a long day before I got on the flight and I sat tired in the chair. After an hour or so of napping, I took a moment to look around myself and saw a nicely dressed man in his 60’s sitting next to me. I introduced myself and started talking. He was reading a book on motivation.  Being a speaker on motivation, I told him that I myself conduct workshops on motivation and meditation to help people. He looked at me for a second, and then said, “Let me tell you a story. Few years ago, I was a very busy executive in one of the Fortune 500 companies. One morning I was rushing to get to work as usual. I was on the beltway when I realized that my car is not moving right. I slowed down my car. I pulled it over the shoulder and realized that I had a flat tire. It was raining heavily. I had a very important meeting to attend. I started getting stressed out. I started breathing fast and shallow. I could feel my heart racing and not being able to think what I should do. Felt as if everything wrong had happened to me in life. All of a sudden I was drenched in negativity just by that one event.  A passerby stopped to see if I needed help. He saw me stressed and said, “Take it easy. Let me help you with this”. While helping me to get the tire changed, he started talking to me and told me that he had lost his job due to economic crisis and was struggling to get one. He said,”I have been through a tough stressful phase when I got laid off. I kept thinking as to why this happened to me. But on deep thinking, I realized that there are so many people going through real problems. Look at people who do not have a house to live, do not have food to eat, suffering from cancer, handicaps, etc. At least I have none of those. So, I am happy.”

It took me a few minutes to think straight. But after digesting what he said, I realized that we stress out on such minor stuff which is not even worth thinking. That day I changed my attitude towards stress and now I do not get it, because now I know Stress is a thief that steals the peace of mind. So I keep the doors of my mind locked to all such thieves to keep my peace of mind.

This story was one of the few which people tell me about them and how a few words can transform their thought process for the better or worse.





Do you have hard time focusing on things?

Do you feel occupied mentally even when you cannot think of anything particular?

Do you have bloating, heartburn or upset stomach frequently?

Do you have hard time sleeping?

Do you feel aches & pain in your body?

Do you have a constant fear of some sort?

Do you get headaches and neck pain frequently?

Do you have trouble losing weight even with aggressive diet and exercise?



Stress is an emotion that comes from OVERACTIVE thoughts, i.e., thoughts of over-concern, thoughts of disappointment, thoughts of fear, thoughts of failure, etc. It creates a multitude of chemical reactions in the whole body including brain. The chemicals released lead to subtle contractions in the body which gradually keep progressing if stress gets prolonged. Those contractions manifest in multiple ways, both physically and psychologically.

Stress reduces Immunity making you more susceptible to disease.

Physical Effects

1. Chronic Headaches.

2. Anxiety

3. Depression

4. Heartburn

5. Chronic Pains

6. Sleep disorders

7. Asthma

8. Cardiovascular diseases.

9. Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

10. Weight gain/weight loss

11. Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)

12. Loss of sex drive

13. Frequent colds

14. Chest pain/tightness

Psychological effects

1. Irritability

2. Anger

3. Agitation

4. Poor judgment

5. Memory problems

6. Addictions to alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to relax

Now what everyone wants to know is, ‘How to Manage Stress?’

Next page is the most important page in the book.





So, lets start the journey




Deep breathing is a must and first physiological response that one should adopt when going through an acute stress phase. Whenever we are stressed, we do not breathe right. We take very shallow breaths which do not provide sufficient oxygen to the body. Our body reacts as if we are surrounded by a lot of people who are going to harm us and we try to hide. As we do not take deep breaths when we try to hide from someone, so that they don’t find us by the noise of breathing, similarly, when stressed, we do not breathe properly. It leads to multiple contractions in the body. Our blood vessels also start contracting leading to elevation of Blood pressure. Lack of oxygen creates mental clouding as the brain needs oxygen to breathe. The stress hormone rises, leading to appetite changes. Our bowels do not absorb the food as they should, leading to symptoms of diarrhea or constipation initially, and may turn into Irritable Bowel syndrome (IBS) when stress becomes chronic. All the above mentioned physiological changes drain out a person physically and mentally within few minutes of a stress response. Lungs are one of the major organs to detoxify our body. They work by eliminating the harmful gases out of our system. Improper breathing leads to accumulation of toxic chemicals in body making it more prone to disease.

Deep breathing helps in many ways. Physiologically, it provides enough oxygen to our body, slows down heart rate, improves brain function leading to better decision making during the stress phase. The stress hormone concentration decreases and blood circulation improves.

Tip: Just take 10 deep easy and deep breaths and say to yourself “Relax” and see the difference in your body. The results are instantaneous and magical.


The first psychological response to stress is that we start thinking negative about the situation or person in context. This is part of human mind system which is very natural. It is hard to change the response as it is part of our thinking mechanism. But the thought itself is of no harm as long as you are aware of it and you do not let that negative thought turn into a negative action. Every event or happening in your life has a deeper meaning to it. We get problems in life so that we can learn how to deal with them. There is no single person in this whole world who could say that he or she did not have any stressful situation in their lives. Stress and its human response are the same for most of us. The difference is perception and the experience. A problem is a problem the first time. When we learn how to deal with it, we know how to take care of it the second time.

Tip: think of good things that happened in your life. Think of all the achievements, success and loved ones that you are proud of. Think that you will be better the next time and that this problem will never come again.


Humans are social animals. We cannot stay away from people for long. Stress leads to a fright response and the first thing we want to do is ‘hide’ ourselves as mentioned in 1. So if you try to do the opposite, you can easily null-void the stress response. Conversation, sharing, being in touch with others, gives living a purpose. Sharing with friends helps multiply the joys and divide the sorrows. Several studies report fewer colds, lower blood pressure and lower heart rates in participants with strong social ties. Statistics show that marriage, perhaps the strongest tie, adds years to life expectancy. Suicide, mental illness and alcoholism rates are much lower when people feel a sense of belonging.

Dozens of findings over the past two decades have shown how important social connections can be. In another study, University of Michigan epidemiologist James House and his team interviewed and examined 2,754 adults over a period of nine to 12 years.

Their results, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology in 1982, showed that men who reported more social relationships — going to movies, church meetings, classes, or trips with friends or relatives, for example — were significantly less likely to die during the study period. Socially active women also benefited, although not quite as dramatically.

Marriage, too, turns out to have important health benefits. In the December 1999 issue of Neurology, researchers at Bordeaux University in France reported that among 2,800 volunteers followed over a five-year period, married people were one-third less likely than the never-married to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

So stop hiding in your room or house. Go out. Meet people. Talk to people. World is beautiful out-there.


History of dancing goes a long way when human civilizations were established. It has been researched and studied over thousands of years on how dance can affect us. Dance is a body response of happiness and good mood. I have never seen person dance when they are sad/depressed. Dancing with the music you like, increases serotonin hormone in the brain which is the ‘happy hormone’. That is why depressed people are give SSRI’s(Selective serotonine Reuptake Inhibitors) which basically avoid depletion of Serotonin in the brain leading to happy feelings and enhanced mood. Dancing is a way to increase serotonin which improves your mood when you are stressed. It also increases circulation in the body leading to better oxygen consumption and detoxification.

Frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter.  A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one’s mind can ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, much as physical exercise can keep the body fit.  Dancing also increases cognitive acuity at all ages.

One of the surprises of the study was that almost none of the physical activities appeared to offer any protection against dementia.  There can be cardiovascular benefits of course, but the focus of this study was the mind.  There was one important exception:  the only physical activity to offer protection against dementia was frequent dancing.

Reading – 35% reduced risk of dementia

Bicycling and swimming – 0%

Doing crossword puzzles at least four days a week – 47%

Playing golf – 0%

Dancing frequently – 76%.
That was the greatest risk reduction of any activity studied, cognitive or physical.

So put on your favorite dance music and show your moves. Your stress will melt away in no time.


Did you ever heard of anyone who sat on the bicycle for the first time as a child and did not fall? Falling is part of human learning system. We can only balance ourselves when we have fallen. Those who don’t fall, don’t get success. So if you think, you have a lot of falls on your plate, I want to congratulate you because all those falls have helped you be at balance in life in many areas.

Perfection comes from practice. A 100 mile walk starts with one step. How many times do you see toddlers fall when they are learning to walk? Countless times. But does it make them stress out? Not at all. Its part of learning curve to fall.

Whether we realize it or not, we are all faced with challenges in our own lives every single day. We also frequently overcome these challenges. As adults, we long for stability and certainty, yet unintentionally fail to live out the incredible possibilities that come with uncertainty. What we don’t realize is that by putting ourselves into a position where we are forced to take action in order to succeed, we get rewarded always one way or the other.

So, take problems as challenges. Problems always go in the past. You have to go in future. Our thoughts make us who we are.


Fun is a must especially when you are stressed. I would not recommend to get high on alcohol as alcohol is also a toxic substance for body if ingested in excess. So keep it light and enjoy. The idea is to connect with friends, socialize, dance and listen to good music.



Water is the best detoxifying agent created by nature. Water’s healing properties are always underestimated. To most of my patients, I recommend drinking plenty of water as first part of my recommendations. Water is major component of human body. It constitutes over 70% of human body. Water goes into blood circulation; kidneys filter the blood and eliminate toxins from your body.

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Drinking 5 glasses of water daily decreases the risk of colon cancer by 45%, plus it can slash the risk of breast cancer by 79%, and one is 50% less likely to develop bladder cancer.

Benefits of water include

*Clears body toxins

*Improves colon and bladder health

*Improves circulation

*Improves muscle strength

*Improves skin texture

*Promotes muscle growth.

*Reduces weight

*Promotes mood

*Promotes exercise capacity

*Increased productivity

*Reduces fatigue and tiredness

So, start drinking more water. Recommendations are 8 glasses, 8oz each per day.



Fresh Fruits and Vegetables have abundance of anti-oxidants which reduce the aging process accelerated by stress. Stress affects our telomeres (part of genes) leading to poor and reduced life. Antioxidants help to reduce the effects of free radicals created in the body by stress and helps cleanse our body and mind. Fruits and vegetables come in terrific colors and flavors, but their real beauty lies in what’s inside. Fruits and vegetables are great sources of many vitamins, minerals and other natural substances that may help protect you from chronic diseases.

Most people should aim for at least nine servings (at least 4½ cups) of vegetables and fruits a day. To get a healthy variety, think color. Eating fruits and vegetables of different colors gives your body a wide range of valuable nutrients, like fiber, folate, potassium, and vitamins A and C. Some examples include green spinach, orange sweet potatoes, black beans, yellow corn, purple plums, red watermelon, and white onions. For more variety, try new fruits and vegetables regularly. Stress reduces our immunity and fruits and veggies help restore that giving us the ability to fight disease.


We all have heard this multiple times from our elders that “Early to bed and early to rise, makes a person healthy, wealthy and wise.” It is very true. I know it is very hard to get up early in the morning with the kind of lifestyle we have, but once you do it, you feel so good, that you would want to do it again and again. That one extra hour in the morning is most productive part of the day. Whatever you would do in that one hour would lead to great results. There are multiple reasons for that.

a. You are fresh,

b. You are relaxed.

c. You are well rested.

d. Your mind is not racing with multiple thoughts in the first hour.

e. Highest concentration of positive hormones in the morning.

So, if you have some work which you have been wanting to do for a while, but do not get enough time to finish it off, try once to do it in that one hour. It will help boost your mood for the rest of that day. Mornings are best times to stretch, exercise and meditate.



Cleaning your room, desk or wherever you dwell is a must for each human being. Clean Homes have been proven statistically to be much more calming to mind than dirty ones. So the first thing to calm your mind is to clean your clutter. You will get instant satisfaction and peace of mind. Also, cleaning involves physical exercise. Physical exercise helps with increased motor activity leading to lowering of serum cortisol (stress hormone) and improved circulation. So gather the cleaning supplies and start this stress buster.




Organizing helps streamline our thought process and improves our problem solving skills.  Organizing closet saves time in mornings, keeps your mood right and improves your organizing skills. It is well known that people who keep their closet organized are good organizers overall.


Our belongings stay in closet. The way we carry ourselves can be easily correlated with the condition of our closet. So clean it. How we are inside is how we are outside. If inside is good, outside always turns good.

The idea is to organize. When we organize, we feel good. We get a sense of achievement. All high achievers are good organizers. Just keeping your closet organized, would lead to cleaning your subconscious mind, improving sense of well-being.

A few easy ways to do is to follow the 80/20 rule. 80% of the things we have are only used 20% of the times and 20% of the things are used 80% of the times. So put the 20% items in front where they can be easily approached and kept. The rest 80% good stuff that you piled up over time thinking that you will be using it, but as usual did not get a chance to use, needs be the one that needs sorting out soon.

Take 2 big plastic or cardboard boxes. Separate the ones that you honestly feel that you would be using in future and the ones that really fit well. Put them in the Box named MINE.

The ones that do not fit, or are now old fashioned or the ones you have used enough that you don’t feel wearing anymore, put them in a box named DONATE. Most people are able to get at least 25-40% of the stuff in Donate Box.

Organizing closet also burns up some calories and get you going. Also helps your spouse/room partner feel good about that. So your stress buster can bring a smile on someone else’s face. It is totally worth it. Now your closet is clean and very well organized. Take a picture with your digital camera to remind you of that moment.



Exercise, Exercise, Exercise. I hope I have made a point here. Exercise is a significant booster of endorphins (happy hormones).

Health Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity:

  • Reduce the risk of premature death
  • Reduce the risk of developing and/or dying from heart disease
  • Reduce high blood pressure or the risk of developing high blood pressure
  • Reduce high cholesterol or the risk of developing high cholesterol
  • Reduce the risk of developing colon cancer and breast cancer
  • Reduce the risk of developing diabetes
  • Reduce or maintain body weight or body fat
  • Build and maintain healthy muscles, bones, and joints
  • Reduce depression and anxiety
  • Improve psychological well-being
  • Enhanced work, recreation, and sport performance

So put on your sneakers and take a run on road or treadmill. Lifting some weights would be a good idea too.


When was the last time you dressed well? Imagine how you felt at that time. When we dress well, we get more confident. Good dressing style brings style in you. You carry yourself well. You do not slouch. You stand erect and you are ready to take on to any challenge. That is why most of the corporation executives, marketing people and customer service representatives wear formal clothing. When we feel confident, we are more efficient and our face value improves.

It has been said that in the first 5 seconds after meeting a new person, they will have made a long lasting first impression of your image. 90% of your body at any time is covered in clothing. Therefore how to dress well for men IS a big deal. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a new wardrobe, but you do need to put effort and thought into what you wear.

Dressing well is applicable to all areas of life (the business world, the dating world etc.) You need to look and feel your best no matter where you are going. Fashion is really an expression of yourself.

So put on your best show tonight.



The Lotus position is adopted to allow the body to be held completely steady for long periods of time. As the body steadies, the mind becomes calm. The posture applies pressure to the lower spine which may facilitate relaxation. The breathing slows down, muscular tension decreases and blood pressure decreases. The sacral nerves are toned as the normally large blood flow to the legs is redirected to the abdominal region.


Caffeine is very potent trigger for vasospasm, i.e., blood vessel contraction. It increases blood pressure and also increases irritability of bladder and colon making you more susceptible to disease. Stress when combines with caffeine is a bad combination. So avoid any caffeinated drinks like coffee and sodas. You can try decaf if you still crave for it.

For most adults, moderate doses of caffeine — 200 to 300 milligrams (mg), or about two to four cups of brewed coffee a day — aren’t harmful. But heavy use — more than 500 to 600 mg a day, or about four to seven cups of coffee — can cause a whole host of problems, including:

  • Insomnia
  • Nervousness
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Nausea or other gastrointestinal problems
  • Fast or irregular heartbeat
  • Muscle tremors
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety



Watch a comedy movie or show. You can also call up a friend or colleague who makes you laugh.  Laughter is a good way to generate series of neurochemical reactions which are helpful for mood enhancement. A lot of cultures have now adapted a system of laughter clubs. Its an idea whereby all people stand in a circle and laugh. It is way to subconsciously train the mind to stay happy even without an occurrence of stimulus to laugh.

Laughter is a good way to connect with other people. It lightens up the mood. It also gives a wonderful internal workout (especially abdomen). Increases endorphins and reduces cortisol. It distracts you from stress. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune system, boost your energy, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use. Humor helps you keep a positive, optimistic outlook through difficult situations, disappointments, and loss.

So start laughing.

17. LET GO

A lot of us have a hard time letting go. We keep holding on to past bad memories or thoughts about people and events in life. As discussed above, things happen in everyone’s life. There is no single person who is only blessed with happiness and no sorrow. Our subconscious mind is like the sea’s bottom surface. Over time, we keep adding layers of memories and we become who we are. Some memories are very disturbing to that surface and keep creating waves which does not let our mind settle. It not only causes us to be unhappy, but can strain or ruin relationships, distract us from work and family and other important things, make us reluctant to open up to new things and people. We get trapped in a cycle of anger and hurt, and miss out on the beauty of life as it happens.

Try to shake the memory or thought that has been shaking your mind. Imagine wiping that thought out of your mind. It will help you incredibly.


Goal setting gives you direction for future. SMART goals help you achieve the desired results that you strive for. Goals should be






It is even more important to make goals during time of stress because it gives you a morale boost. You look for the good part of future rather than looking at the past or present. Futuristic approach helps you forget your present or past issues for a while.

Goals can help you concentrate your time and effort

Goals can provide motivation, persistence and desire

Goals can help you establish priorities.

Goals can provide a roadmap to take you from where you are to where you want to be.

So always look forwards.




It would be a good idea to plan a trip with your spouse or friend to your favorite destinations. Make sure you do not spend out of pocket as that would be another stressor later. Check out travel deals over internet. You can easily save bunch of money that you can use for later in life. You feel good when you save.

When we travel, we meet variety of people. On reading biographies of highly successful people, one thing that stands out is that they all mention that their best learning experiences came while travelling and meeting people. When we plan, we look forward to it. We get a reason to be happy, especially when surrounded by so many stressors.

So take a road trip, plane trip or a sea trip and enjoy.


A 2005 study on American men and women who meditated a mere 40 minutes a day showed that they had thicker cortical walls as compared to non meditators. What this meant is that their brains were aging at a slower rate. Cortical thickness is also associated with decision making, attention and memory.


Meditation is one thing that people are scared of. Meditation is traditionally thought to as an act of ultimate mind control which is very hard to achieve. It is imagined as a very tough task to perform. I have a good news for you my friend. You have already meditated by reading this book. Reading a book is also a type of meditation. Anybody can do meditation anytime. Meditation is nothing but self awareness. You may feel your breathing, the air touching your skin, sensations in your hands and feet or whatever you want to as long as you are living in the present moment. We tend to think multiple things at the same time and are unable to achieve desired results because of lack of focus. So take a few moments and try to feel yourself.






















17. LET GO








Stress: A Silent Killer

In Health, Healthcare, Medicine on May 27, 2012 at 8:00 am

Stress is an emotion that comes from negative thoughts, i.e., thoughts of over-concern, thoughts of disappointment, thoughts of fear, thoughts of failure, etc. It creates a multitude of chemical reactions in the whole body including brain. The chemicals released lead to subtle contractions in the body which gradually keep progressing if stress gets prolonged. Those contractions manifest in multiple ways, both physically and psychologically.

Physical Effects

1. Chronic Headaches.

2. Anxiety

3. Depression

4. Heartburn

5. Chronic Pains

6. Sleeping disorders

7. Asthma

8. Cardiovascular diseases.

9. Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

10. Weight gain/weight loss

11. Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)

12. Loss of sex drive

13. Frequent colds

14. Chest pain/tightness

Psychological effects

1. Irritability

2. Anger

3. Agitation

4. Poor judgment

5. Memory problems

6. Using alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to relax

Calculate your Stress

(Please count the number of ‘Yes’)

1. Do you get frequent Headaches?

2. Do you get alteration in Bowel Movements frequently, diarrhea/constipation?

3. Do you get anxious frequently?

4. Do you feel that you have poor social relationships?

5. Do you feel that you have not achieved much in life as compared to others?

6. Do you feel dissatisfied?

7. Are you in a constant rush?

8. Do you feel that you are always occupied with things on mind constantly?

9. Do you keep thinking of bad things that happened in your past?

10. Do you worry a lot about your future?

11. Do you suffer from poor sleep?

12. Do you feel tired and fatigued during the day?

13. Do you overeat or eat less frequently?

14. Do you feel you have lack of energy?

15. Do you get angry frequently?

16. Do you get irritable frequently?

17. Do you feel that you forget things frequently?

18. Do you feel lack of sex drive?

19. Do you feel getting satisfaction from cigarettes or alcohol?

20. Do you suffer from chronic pains in body?

If you have 8 or more ‘Yes’, you suffer from stress and it should be addressed as soon as possible because stress leads to over 75% of medical problems including the fatal ones like Heart disease and Cancer. ‘The World Of Healing’ can help you manage the fatal stress so that you can achieve much more peace and happiness in your life.

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