What is The Best Way to Reduce Stress in the World

First, remember that stress is not something outside of you.

Rather it is how you respond to events that determine whether they are stressful or not.

Hans Selye, the Canadian endocrinologist who coined the word, “stress,” stated, “It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.” Decide whether you want to remain overshadowed by the situation or take concrete steps to respond to it.

To see what is the best way to reduce the stress, we take a look at the following published research’s results.

1) Stanford University Study

The TM® technique was found to be twice as effective as other techniques for stress and anxiety.

The study was a meta-analysis of 146 independent studies, and was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Reduced Pyschological Stress - Stanford university Study

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Effectiveness in Reducing Trait Anxiety Meta-Analysis 146 studies

“No other ‘stress management technique’ has anywhere close to this
amount of hard data in support of its claims to reduce stress.”

— Norman Rosenthal, M.D., Georgetown Medical School

2) Stress Hormone (Plasma Cortisol) Decrease Significantly

Decreased Cortisol - the stress Hormone

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Decreased Cortisol - the stress Hormone-2

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3) Quicker Recovery from Stress

Quicker Recovery from Stress

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In conclusion

Dr Nick Argyle