The Stress Code: From Surviving to Thriving

The Stress Code: From Surviving to Thriving

by Richard Sutton

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Overview

Stress impacts all facets of our lives and has devastating effects on the global economy,

including reduced productivity and the huge burden being placed on healthcare systems.

Decades of research reliably show that chronic stress severely compromises our physical

and mental health. Now it has been discovered that stress can actually destabilise our DNA and

compromise our genetic integrity. This promotes many of the diseases that societies are currently

grappling with and could potentially impact on future generations.

Yet stress has two faces. Ongoing stress is one of the biggest challenges faced globally, but short

intervals of stress can actually offer tremendous potential to grow, break personal barriers and excel.

Turning the traditional stress paradigm on its head, this book does not advocate stress

avoidance, but rather stress resilience, providing tools and skills to buffer the adverse effects of stress

as well as enhance our functionality and health.

The Stress Code is a response to the global call for stress management solutions. Supported

by extensive scientific research, this book offers comprehensive and structured insights along with

interventions that will help you to thrive in adversity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781770106574
Publisher: Pan MacMillan
Publication date: 12/01/2018
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

RICHARD SUTTON is a health and performance educator and consultant, who is considered to be one of the foremost experts in his field. Richard has advised top athletes, Olympic teams and international sporting federations. He has lectured at a post-graduate level in the areas of pain management, health and athletic development, and consults to leading companies on stress resilience, employee engagement and productivity. Richard lives in Johannesburg with his family, though his consulting takes him all over the world.

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