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About the BookA certain amount of stress is necessary to keep us motivated. However, too much stress can have an adverse effect on our health and well-being, affecting our everyday performance and personal relationships.

Understanding Stress

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A certain amount of stress is necessary to keep us motivated. However, too much stress can have an adverse effect on our health and well-being, affecting our everyday performance and personal relationships. Repeated, continuing, severe stress has a weakening and demoralising effect which may make it more difficult to tackle the underlying problems that are causing the stress.
Professor Wilkinson’s invaluable book explains exactly what stress is and the problems it creates, as well as giving advice on self-help measures and where to go for help.

About the Authors

Professor Greg Wilkinson graduated in medicine at Edinburgh University and trained as a psychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital in London. He is Professor of Liaison Psychiatry at the University of Liverpool, where he has responsibility for teaching medical students and undertaking research on mental health problems.

This invaluable book explains exactly what stress is and the problems it creates, as well as giving advice on self-help measures and where to go for help.

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