Stress Management

How to Eliminate Stress Fast

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Stress and anxiety are common issues for many people these days and stress management is a key factor to living the happiest possible life (which is the goal of this whole BeHappy! system).

Everyone has different degrees of stress and deals with different types of stress.  Then, everyone handles that stress differently ... feeling various levels of anxiety as a consequence.

As you know if anxiety is an issue for you, it does not feel good!! It can reduce, or even destroy, your ability to be happy and can affect your relationships, and really, the quality of your entire life.

So first, before going any further make sure to get the Ebook, How to Eliminate Stress and Anxiety Fast

It will help you begin a process to get rid of the stress in your life and get you on a path to becoming anxiety-free. Download your copy right now by clicking on the "Download Now" button in the box to the right and get these 3 free gifts from me:

Just click on the "Download Now" button to the right to get your copy of "Eliminate Stress" and the 3 free books as a gift from me, or click here to learn more about this ebook.


Stress doesn't just feel bad, it has many potential negative health consequences as well.

Here are some medical facts about stress:

  • Forty-three percent of all adults suffer adverse health effects from stress.
  • Seventy-five percent to 90% of all doctor's office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
  • Stress can play a part in problems such as headaches, high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, skin conditions, asthma, arthritis, depression, and anxiety.
  • In the United States, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) declared stress a hazard of the workplace. Stress costs American industry more than $300 billion annually.
  • The lifetime prevalence of an emotional disorder is more than 50%, often due to chronic, untreated stress reactions.

Life Stresses: Psychologists have identified life's most stressful events, circumstances, and situations. To assess the level of stress in your life, click here to access the "stress list" and "score yourself" on how much stress you are under in your life (and what to start doing about it).

Stress, Life Balance, and Happiness

There are many ways to reduce stress in your life, and throughout this website, you can find techniques to better manage that stress.

From a big picture perspective, though, it is critical to understand the relationship between stress, life balance, and happiness. I'll have lots of valuable information about this relationship over the next several months, but for now, here's a brief summary:

If your life is out of balance as in the graphic below, your level of stress will be higher, and you will be less happy.

If, on the other hand, your life is in balance as in the graphic below, then your stress level will be lower and you will be happier.

Two important points about this:

  1. Everything doesn't have to be a "10" (i.e. perfect) in your life. What is most important is that everything be balanced (in other words, it's better for all the major areas of your life to be at a "7" - or "pretty good" - rather than some things being a "9" or "10" - or "excellent" - and other things being a "2" or "3" - or terrible).
  2. As your happiness increases through this process, it "feeds back" upon itself to create even better balance and less stress ... which increases happiness even more (so it's a self-perpetuating positive process).

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