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Healing Hormones
How to Turn On Natural
Chemicals to Reduce Stress

by Mark J. Estren, PhD.
& Beverly A. Potter. PhD.

Feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? About to jump out of your skin from pressures of everyday life? We all feel that way at times: ready to explode from everything going on—unrelenting demands, all the time. So we take medicines, see doctors, overeat, even perhaps alcohol or drugs. Still the pressures mount. It’s unbearable! There must be a better way!


There is. Your body knows what to do. Your body makes healing hormones that fight stress, promoting calm and balance. Nitric oxide, dopamine, endorphins, serotonin and oxytocin will help you cope with the demands of living in our hectic modern world. But you have to let your body do its job!


Healing Hormones shows what you can do to help yourself without pills or supplements. It shows that stress is not what most people think—not something “out there.” Stress is a response to external events—positive or negative. Since stress is your reaction, you can learn to control it by encouraging your body to produce anti-stress chemicals that will keep you calmer and better balanced.


Healing Hormones shows how we create our stress by reacting to what we think is happening around us—not what is really happening. We make our own reality—one much more stress-filled than it has to be. Since we make it, we can change it, and Healing Hormones shows how. A wonderful counterbalance to the pressures urging us to take more medicines and look outside ourselves for health, Healing Hormones explains how you can make yourself healthier and happier—today and every day.

Heal Yourself!
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by Beverly A. Potter
Mark J Estren