Synopsis by Rose of Sharon Winter
The price of hectic modern life is often stress. In this program, Alf Fowles, a well-known British therapist, shares his views on the sources of stress and how to alleviate it. He suggests taking action on problems as they arise so as not to become overwhelmed by unresolved difficulties. Diet, exercise, adequate sleep, and attitude are other mainstays of his program. Relaxation techniques, such as yoga, meditation, and visualization are presented. And a good sense of humor may be the number-one antidote to stress.