Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living

Amit Sood, M.D.

  • A fascinating “behind the scenes” tour of the  brain and mind with surprising insights about the reasons behind the thoughts that cause one stress.
  • Discussion around skills that will help the reader discover that the present moment has more novelty and meaning than one could have ever imagined.

$19.99

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infoThe Facts

83%

of US workers suffer from work-related stress.

This book is based on the highly popular stress management program offered at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Sood and his colleagues have conducted several research studies of this approach among healthy volunteers, professionals experiencing stress, and patients confronting serious illness, and others. The results show remarkable improvements in stress, anxiety, resilience, happiness, well-being and quality of life.

Dr. Sood explains how to exchange negative thoughts for time-honored principles. He will help the reader to focus on gratitude, cultivate compassion, creatively accept what is, and discover life’s deeper meaning. With these skills, peace will no longer be a distant goal; it will light the entire path.

Ultimately the book provides simple solutions for complex problems, and the know how to apply these skills to most life situations.All of these concepts are woven into a practical and fun journey that has been tested in numerous scientific studies, with consistently positive results.

2017 • 300 pages • World English: DaCapo

Amit Sood, M.D.

Dr. Sood is a world-leading expert in resilience and stress management and the creator of the Mayo Clinic Resilient Mind program. He is also a former professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. Dr. Sood has authored multiple books, including "The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living" and "The Mayo Clinic Handbook for Happiness." His innovative approach to resilience has been validated by more than a dozen clinical trials and positively impacts tens of thousands of people every year.

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