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Publisher: HarperResource / HarperCollins
Release Date: September 16, 2003
ISBN: 0060198257
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Genre:   Non-Fiction/Self Help
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Suzie Housley
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The Stress Cure
A Simple 7-Step Plan To Help Women Balance Mood, Improve Memory, and Restore Energy  
By Vern S. Cherewatenko, M.D. and Paul Perry

      "Complete freedom from stress is death" – Hans Selye, M.D., Ph.D. This eye-opening quote was the first thing I read as I began reading The Stress Cure. It make me pause and realize stress is the major cause of many life-threatening conditions that claim millions of lives each day.

     How can one hope to combat this silent killer as it slowly takes hold of a person’s life? Being a woman, I am very aware of the stress that I encounter each day. Some are minor occurrences that take of very little of my days; other problems have kept me awake at night.

     What I found so fascinating about this book is that it was written solely for women. It features an easy to follow Seven-Step Plan that is targeted at reviving the body’s chemistry and helping women stop living in overdrive. This method includes a wide variety of methods, including nutrition, mediation, exercise, and quality sleep.

      I found myself glued to each page and was eager to explore more. This book contains life-balancing habits that deserve to be included in any woman’s busy lifestyle. Very highly recommended.