Stress is the result of repressing your unwanted thoughts and feelings.
60-90% of all visits to the medical doctor are stress related (Harvard Study).
In my years over 35 years of study and practice I've learned just what a pervasive problem stress is in people's lives.
A 1994 Harvard study concludes that 60% to 90% of all doctor visits are stress-related.
Also the 1997 ACE study at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego, California shows that the "chronic stress" caused by "adverse childhood experiences" in the family is far more prevalent than most medical doctors believe, and is highly correlated with a whole host of physical and emotional problems later in life, from obesity to alcoholism and depression.
And, of course, in my practice I've seen a whole host of physical and emotional challenges caused by stress.
Now, we all have stress in our lives, and it's not always harmful.
Stress can actually help us concentrate and perform our best in difficult situations.
But the normal stresses and strains of daily life (what might be called "good" stress) can actually do us great damage when we repress our feelings about our difficulties.
Think about that for a moment: It's not the difficulties themselves, but our repression of our feelings that elevates our stress to dangerous levels.
And here's where TruSage International calls can help.
The tips and techniques in our calls will help you learn quickly and easily how to deal positively with the stress in your life by (1) acknowledging your feelings, (2) by accepting them, and (3) by expressing them and letting them go.
If you want to reduce the stress in your life to healthy, manageable proportions, you really have no choice.