Deal with Stress, Stay Healthy

How to deal with stress and stay healthy is different from how to lead and innovate.  It is basic for individuals to keep mind and body healthy and maintain a balanced personal life.

Studies found, up to 100% of CEOs (Vistage), 80% of workers (Harris) and 45 % of youngsters (MTV) are suffering from stress.  The leading causes of death among executives and elites are the heart attack, suicide, stroke, and cancer.  The first three are directly stress-related.   Stress’ immune suppression also contributes to Cancer.   Other common stress-related issues include insomnia, headache, fast aging, weight gain, stomachache, and others.

The root cause of poor stress management is a lack of the right tools to Meet Challenge, Relieve Stress or Restore Energy.   Hospitals mainly provide symptom relief like meditation and deep breathing except at a higher level.  The same health issues often keep on coming back, getting worse, so “treatments” become increasingly expensive, for example, the treatments for heart diseases can go from EKG (rhythm analysis), bridge, bypass, to a heart transplant.

The efficient way to stay healthy under stress is to take care of root cause(s) AND symptom(s) at the same time.   Our success started at the clinic in 2004.  Here are two case studies:
1. Eliminate Stress & Insomnia with the Right Law
2. Get 10-15 Years Back in 2 Weeks.


STAGE 1.  Be on the Right Track, Have the Right Tools 
Nothing can maximize success and minimize stress and setbacks better than the right direction and sufficient tools.

STAGE 2.  Be Ready for the Worst
Setbacks and failures often come with the worst stress and severe health issues, such as heart attack and stroke.  To be able to handle setbacks and failures is essential to not only business success but also personal health.  Each person should “Be Happy, Be Your Own Doctor First,” so they can manage their physical and mental health and lead others better.

Join our next webinar or contact us to learn more about how to stay healthy under stress.

More reading:

– What is Missing in Health Risk Assessment & Biometric Screening?
– How Should CEOs Deal with Stress?

PS:  The Prince Synergy is NOT a clinic or a hospital.