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Have you ever driven several miles and not recall them, or read a page without registering it? Do worries and disappointments crowd your mind at night? Learn how to live a stress-free life and find peace.

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Mayo Clinic's Guide to Stress Free Living by Dr. Amit Sood

The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living has helped thousands of people reduce stress and achieve greater joy. Are you ready for stress-free living?

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Watch Dr. Sood explain the brain’s role in stress.

Be tough on evil, gentle on imperfection, healing on suffering.

– Dr. Amit Sood

Excerpts from
The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living

  • A lack of compassion and love can lead to serious consequences…We thrive on love and compassion. They are as essential to our inner being as food and breath are to our physical body.
  • Engage with your life now. Tomorrow the baby won’t need your shoulder…Life isn’t about success or meditation; it is about finding meaning in the obstructions to success and meditation.
  • Everyone has a child within waiting to be tickled awake. Help others experience the innocence and joy of being a child.
  • Forgiveness is the choice to live life based on your highest ideals. It is your gift to others and ultimately to yourself.
  • The secret to the brain’s proficiency is in its wiring. A random heap of nerve cells (neurons) wouldn’t serve much purpose. But when intelligently wired, they provide the basis for consciousness.

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Dr. Amit Sood

About Dr. Sood

Dr. Sood is a Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN. Director of Research and Practice in the Mayo Clinic Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, and Chair of the Mayo Mind-Body Initiative.

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