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Is It Worth Dying For?: How To Make Stress Work For You - Not Against You (1984)

by Robert S. Eliot

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Dr. Eliot synthesizes his clinical research and presents the results of measuring physiologic, biochemical, and clinical responses to stress. Shows methods for coping and taking preventive steps. ( )
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My body cried out for rest, but my brain wasn't listening.
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For more than a half century, stress has been a subject of interest to medical investigators.
Every affection of the mind that is attended with either pain or pleasure, hope or fear, is the cause of an agitation whose influence extends to the heart.  --William Harvey, Physician, 1623
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Dr. Eliot synthesizes his clinical research and presents the results of measuring physiologic, biochemical, and clinical responses to stress. Shows methods for coping and taking preventive steps.
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