On Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm at McMaster University you could learn something that might save your life.
The American Academy of Family Physicians conducted a study in 1988 that discovered that 75% to 90% of patient visits to their family physician are for stress-related complaints. Stress manifests itself in so many different ways. Stress can present itself as depression and anxiety; it can cause or worsen high blood pressure, cholesterol, and insomnia. There are many health issues that are related to stress, but the question is, how do you deal with stress?
Join Dr. Richard Tytus, Associate Clinical Professor, and renowned Stress Expert, Roy Masters, for an interactive seminar on defining stress and learning how to deal with it, practically, whether you are at home with family, at work or at school.