We cannot avoid stress, but we can react better to stressful situations. This book, which is set out like a dictionary, has two aims: to make us understand what stress is, and give us the tools for handling it and even use it to release inner strengths we never thought we had. With the help of short articles, written with humour and kindness, Doctor Dominique Servant, a psychiatrist specialising in stress, explains how stress can affect both our organism and our behaviour, and at which moments we are most vulnerable. He tells us how to find inner balance by using psychology, cognitive sciences, philosophy, as well as offering advice and tips to be used daily, at work, at home, and in stressful situations. Because stress affects both the body and the mind, he offers multiple tools, including the right food to eat, body care, physical exercises for winding down, and relaxation, meditation, self-hypnosis and positive thinking.
|Book format||14,5 × 22,0 cm|
|Number of pages||375|
|Type of book||Broché|
|Date of publication||21/09/2016|