Authors: Kelly McGonigal,
Based on his research and experiments, Dr. McGonigal gives you a new perspective to a common problem — stress. He argues that it can have great benefits such as better focus and concentration, but only if it is used in the right way. The negative approach to stress results in insomnia, heart disease and poor health. His optimistic approach will teach you how to use stress to your advantage.
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