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Stress-Proof Your Heart
Is stress hurting your heart? Do you want to live longer, feel better, and protect your health? A stress-proof heart is immune to the physical impact of unrelenting stress.
Author Eliz Greene knows that protecting your heart from stress isn’t a “nice-to-have.” The strategies in this book are essential, life-or-death skills. When she was 35 years old and 7 months pregnant with twins, Eliz survived a massive heart attack, causing her heart to stop for 10 minutes. To reduce her heightened risk of having another heart attack, she’s spent the last 17 years honing practical and implementable strategies to manage stress for herself and the thousands of audience members and readers she reaches each year.
Stress-Proof Your Heart contains these strategies and the fruits of her international research study on job stress. Engaging assessments and actionable principles and tools will enable you to evaluate the physical impact of your stress and then offset that impact to protect your heart.
How do you deal with the stress and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus?
Information about the coronavirus seems to be changing by the hour — creating unprecedented uncertainty. There is an excellent reason to feel unsettled, anxious, or jangled.
Uncertainty triggers a stress reaction.
Under stress, our brains depend on instinct rather than rational thought because the part of the brain responsible for critical thinking is busy dealing with the psychological reaction to stress. This reaction not only impedes our ability to get things done, but it can also create a paralyzing loop of anxiety.
So, what do we do about it?
This ebook is based on Eliz Greene’s new book, Stress-Proof Your Heart, as well as her research on stress. It offers four implementable strategies to:
- Understand why uncertainty causes stress
- Insulate yourself from external triggers of stress
- Shut down the stress reaction and recover
- Be kind to yourself