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Stress Effects

By: Tina Taylor

Stress Effects is unlike any book on the subject of stress, exploring the link between stress, adrenal fatigue and thyroid hormone imbalance, as well as the link between stress, addiction, the gut microbiome and chronic disease.

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Stress Effects is unlike any book on the subject of stress, exploring the link between stress, adrenal fatigue and thyroid hormone imbalance, as well as the link between stress, addiction, the gut microbiome and chronic disease.

Written by a university-qualified Respiratory Educator, Stress Effects presents a detailed perspective on the science of breathing and the effects of stress on the respiratory system and breathing patterns, explaining how stress can lead to hyperventilation, thoracic-dominant breathing, rapid breathing and mouth breathing.

These breathing patterns can be triggered by stress and perpetuated by habit, and can produce a range of disconcerting symptoms associated with:

•Anxiety
•Panic attacks
•Depression
•Allergies
•Airway hyper-responsiveness
•Asthma
•Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
•Chronic bronchitis
•Emphysema
•Hypertension
•Chronic heart failure
•Pulmonary hypertension
•Ventricular hypertrophy
•Cor pulmonale
•Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease
•Failed lower back surgery
•Constipation
•Seizures
•Thrombosis
•Pulmonary embolism
•Stroke
•Heart attack
•Snoring
•Sleep apnoea
•Irritable bowel syndrome
•Exercise-induced breathing difficulty, premature fatigue and injury
•Compromised sports performance.

Stress Effects explains why "deep breathing" can worsen stress (rather than alleviate stress) and details the 4 key elements of the real breathing antidote to stress to help restore balance to breathing patterns and blood gases to attenuate the stress response and calm and soothe the nervous system as part of the body's relaxation response.

As an extension of the breathing antidote to stress, the author provides recommendations to minimise breathing-related symptoms associated with speaking, sports and exercise performance, and sleeping.

This book not only delivers the breathing antidote to stress but also provides readers with a healthy breathing foundation for life!

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