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Shocked by Statistics on Stress-Related Illness, Business Writer Turns out Valuable Report (press release)

Wednesday, July 05, 2006 by: NewsTarget
Tags: health news, Natural News, nutrition


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In the new e-book *Every Day Like Friday -- 18 Sure Ways to Reduce Workplace Stress...and Why You Should Want to*, writer and Internet marketer Lisa J. Lehr takes a shocking statistic and gives us the tools we need to turn it on its head. (For more information, go to http://everydaylikefriday.com.)

That shocking statistic -- that up to 90% of visits to healthcare professionals are for stress-related ailments -- is corroborated by numerous independent sources.

The report is not intended to replace or contradict traditional healthcare.

"I have a great deal of respect for doctors and other health professionals," the author stresses. "While earning a degree in biology from the University of Colorado, I attended classes with pre-meds. I also have several relatives who are doctors. I am definitely not out to bash doctors. But," she goes on to say, "if you could easily avoid even some of the hassle, expense, and potentially serious side effects of medication and other treatments, why wouldn't you?"

Her suggestions include many practical and easy adjustments, including lighting, breathing, and communication improvements. Most of them cost little or nothing, and take little time to implement. Moreover, the increased productivity resulting from the simple changes should more than make up for any expenditures in time or money.

"These ideas will also work for people who work from home, for stay-at-home parents...for anyone who even occasionally suffers from headaches, fatigue, concentration problems, or any of a host of other symptoms that we may not have attributed to stress," the author says.

And who doesn't?


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