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Stress Management Sites
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Popular Stress Management Sites
- The End of Stress As We Know It, 2002
Complete text of Brian McEwen's book. Covers responses to stress; its relationship with various body organs; and ways of dealing with stress.
- How to Survive Unbearable Stress
By Steve and Kimberley Burns. A free, illustrated web book explaining stress, depression, anxiety and drug use.
- The American Institute of Stress
Ways to identify and then manage stress effectively.
- Post Abortion Stress Syndrome Support
Comfort, support, and help for women and their families after an abortion.
- Get a Grip on Your Life
Learn how progressive relaxation, self-hypnosis, and meditation, can help to cope with everyday stress.
- Virtual Library - Stress
Books, resources, guides, e-mail lists, and newsgroups, journals (electronic and print), professional organizations and stress Management directory, including commercial products.
- Why Be Nervous?
Explores stress and nervousness and suggests that there is a link to low blood sugar.
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