The many changes in today's workplace brought about by recession and technical innovation mean that executives - and indeed everyone in employment - are working longer hours with greater demands on their flexibility and skills. It has become increasingly difficult to balance the needs of work and home, and to maintain good health and good relationships. This book shows you how to moderate the demands of a tougher working environment by managing stress and improving your lifestyle with delegation, time management, learning to say 'NO' plus a sensible diet and exercise. It looks at the different conditions which may effect the executive, plus symptoms and treatment, and surveys alternative medicine such as acupuncture, chiropractice, homeopathy and hypnotherapy.
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About the Author
Dr Andrew Melhuish is Medical Adviser to Henley Management College and supervises the Henley Executive Health Programme. He is in part-time practice as a GP in Oxfordshire and writes and lectures on executive health.