Stress Relief Expert Lauren E. Miller Offers Quick Relief from Stress in New Book, ’99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out!’
LITTLETON, Colo., June 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — A recent study out of UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center revealed that chronic stress acts as a sort of fertilizer to cancer cells.
“If you know anything about the physiological effects of stress on the body from high blood pressure to increased cortisol levels (stress hormones) and a compromised immune system you might say, ‘You Think?’ After going through cancer and divorce at the same time, it’s obvious to me that stress acts as a fertilizer to cancer cells,” says Lauren E. Miller, who today officially launched her fourth book, “99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out!” – http://www.beforestressingout.com. She also is launching Stress Solutions University, an online stress relief video site: http://www.stresssolutionsuniversity.com.
“The key to maintaining a healthy inner environment flows from your choice to practice stress relief activities, emotionally, physically and spiritually, on a daily basis,” says Miller, a stage 3 cancer survivor. “Avoiding stress through prevention can save your life.”
The book contains 99 quick tips and techniques that result in relief from stress, which will empower you to feel confident and be capable of handling anything life throws your way.
“It is a powerful guide back to inner peace,” says Miller, a survivor of two top life stressors. “Most people end up coping with stress on a daily basis. As a result, stress-related illnesses are on the rise. It’s time to take back your ability to heal. The book contains information that, if practiced and lived out, holds the potential to save your life as it did for mine.”
Here is a sample from the 99 stress-relief topics:
#4 Careful what you think: your body is listening #10 I see you as I am #14 The disease to please #18 Whose voice is behind your self- image? #20 Take back your ability to heal #25 Remove your mask of pain #32 Shift your focus: shift your life #37 The drug of approval #41 Are you a "take everything personally" addict? #47 Failure is a perspective #57 Success is not a secret #81 Giving your power away? Take it back #82 Do you bend or break? #85 Complaining is a choice #91 Expectations and assumptions sink your boat #94 Avoid tunnel vision: expand your options #98 Love people, not things #99 Don't want to sink? Learn how to swim
Lauren E. Miller is available for interviews to expand on the stress relief tips contained in “99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out!” (http://www.beforestressingout.com) that can ultimately save your life. Please contact Amy Sampson: 303-316-0441, email@example.com.
Get a FREE bonus! Order the book on June 7th, the official launch day of “99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out!” and receive a FREE bonus gift from Stress Solutions University (http://www.stresssolutionsuniversity.com). Go to http://www.beforestressingout.com for all of the stress-free details.
About Lauren E. Miller
Lauren has received national recognition in Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, CNBC, Lifetime and Discovery along with the International Journal of Healing and Care. With 10 years of proven experience and 18 years of intensive extended education in the areas of anxiety relief and stress reduction, Lauren works with men and women worldwide empowering them with techniques and skills to live life without stress using one-on-one coaching, teleseminars, seminars and workshops. As an international speaker, Lauren has shared the stage with some of today’s most inspirational speakers.
Her book “Release the Stress around Breast Cancer … with Methods and Mantras for the Mastectomies of Life” was released in October 2010 and was written during her own journey through stage 3 breast cancer.
Her first book “Hearing His Whisper … a Journey Through Cancer and Divorce” is an Amazon Bestseller and Indie Book Award Winner.
Lauren is currently working on the screenplay for her story, a dramedy (drama/comedy).
For more information please visit her website at http://www.laurenemiller.com.
For interviews, please contact Amy Sampson at 303-316-0441, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow Lauren on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/laurenemiller7
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