YOU: Stress Less: The Owner's Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life

YOU Stress Less The Owner s Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life Features Title You Stress Less Sub title The Owner s Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life ISBN ISBN General subject Health and fitness Subject Health and

  • Title: YOU: Stress Less: The Owner's Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life
  • Author: Michael F. Roizen Mehmet C. Oz
  • ISBN: 9781451640748
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • 9781451640748 Features Title You Stress Less Sub title The Owner s Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life ISBN 1451640749 ISBN 13 9781451640748 General subject Health and fitness Subject Health and fitness healthy living Subject Health Fitness Country of Manufacture United States Age Group Adults Dimensions Overall Height Top to B9781451640748 Features Title You Stress Less Sub title The Owner s Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life ISBN 1451640749 ISBN 13 9781451640748 General subject Health and fitness Subject Health and fitness healthy living Subject Health Fitness Country of Manufacture United States Age Group Adults Dimensions Overall Height Top to Bottom 0.25 Overall Width Side to Side 8.75 Overall Depth Front to Back 5.75 Overall Product Weight 0.2 lbs.

    One thought on “YOU: Stress Less: The Owner's Manual for Regaining Balance in Your Life”

    1. I appreciate that the tips are short and to the point cause when you're stressed you often do not have the time, energy, or motivation to read a book. Much of the book reads like you're reading short snippets from a magazine. The stuff we've all heard before -- eat right, exercise more, get your 8 hours of sleep, etc. Easy enough to flip through but don't expect to gain much from these tips.

    2. This looked like fluff, and oh it was fluffy; like Garfield's fur after a tryst with the hairdryer, like a bunny farm right before Easter. But this fluffy and teeny book--72 pages--bears a comparatively large price tag (8.99 US). I'm all for shorter books being worth as much or more than one of those hardly-edited doorstopper books you see so much these days, but dudes (Drs. Roizen and Oz), there are rules about these things. If you're going to be concise, you'd damn well better rock it. And you [...]

    3. A quick read and mostly a rehash of the previous "You" books. This is the first one I've tackled and mainly because it was a quick read. There are 75 tips, many of them common sense and nothing you haven't heard before, a good bunch of them center around doing yoga.Written in a breezy style that never quite sounds condescending but gets close. What it doesn't do is tell you how to deal with stressful situations that you can't escape like a job or family connection. You're stuck with those and th [...]

    4. This book was a good, short read on helpful ways to deal with stress. I haven't read other books by the authors, but it was mostly common-sense suggestions. Yet they mixed these suggestions with some simple biological explanations which basically anyone can understand. It was helpful, but not exhaustive. The tone of the book is conversational and therefore easy to read, but can sometimes sound a little bit hokey. I very much enjoyed the authors mixing of biological factors and others (environmen [...]

    5. this book would be a good read for someone looking into stress management for the first time. it touches on the basics of stress management, but nothing in depth.

    6. It was a quick read. My problem is I felt the authors were biased. Men also have mental illness and stress.

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