Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Learning to Manage Stress

We all have a certain amount of stress in our lives. Some people have more, and some people handle it better than others, but it has been proven that stress can have detrimental effects on your health. As the economy gets worse, people are bound to feel the stress even more.

founded in 1997 by the award-winning author, Dr. Kathleen Hall, the Stress Institute is a lifestyle company that provides solutions and practices in the fields of stress management. Their programs are designed prevent and benefit a wide variety of conditions as well as optimizing health and wellness. Reducing stress can even reverse many diseases and conditions like heart disease, obesity, and high blood pressure.

The Stress Institute has several courses and seminars that can be scheduled for a group. Courses can also be customized by the stress speakers to meet the needs and issues of an individual organization. These are probably a great investment for companies who want to take care of their employees and at the same time increase productivity. Less stressed employees, or at least employees who know how to handle stress, are bound to be more productive and get sick less, right?