Exercise Your Way to Health : Stress - Exercise Plans to Improve Your Life

by Debbie Lawrence, Sarah Bolitho

Part of the Exercise Your Way to Health Series

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As with all the Exercise Your Way to Health guides, there is a substantial section containing detailed, step-by-step exercises. Designed to relieve the symptoms of stress, they are also vital aids to tackling the causes, providing relief from a condition that can be as devastating as it is widespread.

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Exercise Your Way to Health : Stress - Exercise Plans to Improve Your Life Synopsis

Almost everyone has suffered from stress at some point, whether at work or in their private lives. However for many people it can become an intolerable, ongoing condition that causes ill health and problems at home and work. This clear, concise and user-friendly guide is designed to help people manage and reduce their stress. Beginning with the causes of stress and how the body responds, it goes on to offer a range of techniques and resources that can help people take control of their lives again.

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ISBN: 9781408131800
Publication date: 11th May 2011
Author: Debbie Lawrence, Sarah Bolitho
Publisher: A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 128 pages
Primary Genre Coping with stress
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ISBN: 9781408131800
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About Debbie Lawrence, Sarah Bolitho

Debbie Lawrence is the director of Fitness Wales and represents the home countries on the SkillsActive technical expert group. She has 30 years experience in the fitness industry as a tutor and assessor, and is also a qualified counsellor. Sarah Bolitho has worked in the health and fitness sector for 20 years. An expert on health-related activity, she works with a number of organisations and support groups on mental-health conditions such as stress and schizophrenia.

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