Stress can really affect your life in so many different ways, no wonder it is referred to as the silent killer. This stress PLR pack makes great content for your stress related site, use it to educate your readers on how to manage stress and how to deal with it in their daily lives.
This PLR Dealing with Stress Pack contains 5 articles which can be used in the following ways:
- Create blog posts out of the articles
- Break them up and use as blog posts or email messages
- Use the content to share on your social sites
- Take the slides and MP3 recording and create a video
- Turn the slides into a PDF file and share with your readers – example included
- Record all of the articles and add as a bonus
- Share the slides on document sharing sites
Your Stress PLR pack contains the following:
In addition you will receive 10 powerpoint slides with images, plus I have recorded the audio for you as an MP3 file.
Dealing with Stress at Home – Words 659
Dealing with Stress in a Healthy Way – Words 614
Emotional Stress – Words 578
General Overview on Dealing with Stress – Words 564
Stress at Work – Words 656
10 Powerpoint Slides
PDF version of slides
MP3 audio of slides
ecover – png
General Overview On Dealing With Stress
In today’s day and age of hectic lifestyles and always being on-the-go, stress seems to be a constant companion for most people. Stress is the culmination of reactions you have when you are dealing with more than you are used to dealing with.
The reactions stem from the hormones that your body produces when it feels that pressure. These reactions can include a quickening of your heart rate, faster breathing, and a sudden burst of energy. This culmination of reactions is often referred to as the “fight-or-flight stress response.” In short, brief periods, this response is actually quite helpful to deal with important situations, such as a big project at work or a family crisis.
However, experiencing this stress reaction too often can lead to bad effects on your health and your life. This is what many people experience nowadays in our hectic, fast-paced world, and thus have to come up with measures to deal with that stress. We will examine some of these measures below.
When you are feeling the stress reaction too often, you can experience such physical discomforts as headaches, an upset stomach, nausea, back pain, and insomnia. Additionally, your immune system can be compromised and weakened, leaving you more prone to becoming ill from various micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses.
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