Adrenaline and Stress

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jun 18, 1995 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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Psychologist Archibald Hart theorizes that heart attacks and other stress-induced illnesses are the lethal by-products of too much adrenaline pumping through our systems. He suggests ways to minimize these threats through adjustments in values and lifestyles.

 

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Contents

How to Monitor Your Adrenaline Arousal
Healing Your Hurry Sickness
Managing Your Adrenaline
The Secret of Sleep
Learning to Relax
Changing Your TypeA Behavior
Creativity and Stress
Spiritual Antidotes for Stress

The Symptoms of Distress
Are You an Adrenaline Addict?
Adrenaline and Cholesterol
Finding the Source of Your Stress
Keys to Figures 2 4 and 5
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About the author (1995)

Dr. Hart is a professional psychologist, a prolific writer and well-known speaker. He covers different topics including the treatment of panic attacks and depression as well as stress.

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