Monday, March 06, 2006

Stress Kills

Stress is the #1 Killer!

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Even the National Institute of Health agrees, "Stress is the cause of 90-95% of all disease". So, what is the conventional method for treating most diseases? Well, we poke you with needles, suck the body fluids out of you right before your very eyes, fill you up with medication, and in some cases, surgically remove whatever is ailing you and hope and pray that your symptoms go away! Meanwhile, you go back to your life - most likely even more stressed out than you were before you went to the doctors.

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So, if stress is as important as everyone is saying it is, why don't we, as healthcare practitioners, learn ways to reduce our patients stress instead of increase it?

Most healthcare practitioners just don't learn this in school, or anywhere else for that matter, unless they seek it out. Most of us don't even realize how stressed out we are until something starts to hurt, or worse - we are diagnosed with a chronic disease, like hypertension or diabetes.

The good news is that there are many ways to relieve, reduce or get rid of stress completely if we want. Some of the best ways I have found to reduce stress are listed on the links to the right.

First, take this free stress test to find out just how stressed you really are:

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Stress Kills


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However, you may feel drowsy and a dry sensation in the mouth. You will also need to monitor your blood system so that your liver or
kidneys are not adversely affected. If you opt to take anti-depressants, then you will have to be patient to reap the desired results.

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