When the Body Says No

When the Body Says No

Exploring the Stress-disease Connection

Book - 2011
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Examines the effects stess has on human health, summarizing the latest scientific findings about the role stress and emotional makeup play in diseases such as diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome,cancer, and arthritis.
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley, c2011
ISBN: 9780470923351
Characteristics: xii, 306 p. ; 22 cm


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serob Apr 13, 2016

Also read Hans Selye, acknowledged as the "Father" of the field of stress research:


xaipe Apr 11, 2016

A compassionate doctor's examination of the relationships between stress and psychological and physical illnesses. In our highly pathologized culture which has a pill for every complaint, this is a wonderfully wise book on the relationship between stress and an array of diseases as well as the effects of stress on the developing fetus. Gabor Mate's talks on You Tube are compliments to the book's topics.

Apr 08, 2013

If I could give this six stars, I would. A must-read.

Starling16 Apr 07, 2012

Fascinating book, pretty heavy emotionally so be prepared to read it, because basically it says that we are even more *!@#-up than we know, and it's time to make some fundamental changes.
He assigns much of the blame to Western civilization, and if you doubt it, he provides some compelling evidence.
One criticism I might make is that I wonder if environmental toxins play more of a role in emotional stress and disease, it would have been nice if the author addressed that topic. Whether you agree or not, very interesting to read and well-explained.


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