Source Newsroom: Dian Griesel Inc.
How Can Americans Reduce Their Stress Levels During Stressful Times?
Americans are incredibly stressed out these days. In the eastern US, thousands are dealing with the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy; many have lost their homes entirely, and others have been living without power for days. For others, the imminent approach of the holiday season is bringing stresses related to family and travel. Millions of others are stressed by the weak economy and scarce jobs. Finally, every American of voting age has been on edge in advance of the presidential election. While many will turn to comfort foods and sedentary entertainment as diversions, these can trigger serious health issues over the long run—which can serve as yet further sources of stress.
Dian Griesel, Ph.D., 51 chronologically, 18 metabolically, is a serial entrepreneur and long-recognized health spokesperson. She is a lifetime member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists as well as the National Guild of Hypnotists. She has served on the Board of the New York Chapter of the American Heart Association. Prior to starting her own investor relations and public relations firm in 1996, she worked in private practice and taught continuing education classes in health, weight and stress management for the City University of New York and the NY Open Center. Dian was invited countless times to appear as a regular health expert on Sally Jessy Raphael, Gordon Elliot, Jenny Jones, Montel Williams, The Rolanda (Watts) Show, Good Day New York and 1010 WINS news. Her many books include The TurboCharged Mind, which explains how self-hypnosis can relax us and help focus our inner selves.
Dian is available to discuss:
• What are some of the core psychological triggers of stress?
• In what ways can nonstop stress be debilitating both physically and psychologically?
• How is stress linked to overeating?
• Can regularly scheduled breaks in our daily routines—even as brief as one minute each, a few times a day—really help us to relax?
• How important is eating more protein-rich foods when we are feeling stressed?
• Can drinking more water serve to relax us?
• Why is it a good idea to increase our intake of fruits and vegetables during times of high stress?
• How can self-hypnosis serve as a useful tool to reduce stress?
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