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Conquer stress to keep New Year's resolutions

Washington, Jan. 5 : A new research has shown that in order to tackle New Year's resolutions, people will have to counter their stress.


According to a new research, stress negatively impacts people's ability to lose weight, quit smoking and stick with a new healthy lifestyle change.

In The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living, Mayo Clinic stress management and resiliency expert Amit Sood, M.D., draws on decades of groundbreaking research to offer readers a scientifically proven, structured and practical approach to reducing stress.

He explains the brain's two modes — focused mode and default mode — and how an imbalance between the two produces unwanted stress, and he shares newBook cover Mayo Clinic's Guide to Stress-Free Living, with female doing cartwheel insights about how the mind works, including its natural tendency to wander.

--ANI (Posted on 05-01-2014)

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