How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the 101 Ways -- Renowned Experts Tackle Practical Ways to Improve Health

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On September 25, 2007 "101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health" launches. A compilation of proven strategies with reliable, tried-and-true ways to become a healthier person, the book features chapters written by 101 leading health experts from every branch of the medical and healing professions, including Toronto-based stress expert, Ronnie Nijmeh.

101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health

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Looking for new strategies to enjoy a healthier lifestyle? How about trying 101 new ways to lead a better, happier life? On September 25, 2007 "101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health" launches. A compilation of proven strategies with reliable, tried-and-true ways to become a healthier person, the book features chapters written by 101 leading health experts from every branch of the medical and healing professions, including Toronto-based stress expert, Ronnie Nijmeh.

"As a society we are becoming more and more stressed out," remarked Ronnie Nijmeh, president of ACQYR, a company specializing in stress management. "We're all too familiar with terms like" employee burnout", "desk rage", "going postal" and "workplace stress." Terms that, just a few years ago, weren't even on our collective radar. My contribution to this book was really an hour-by-hour guide to getting through the workday unscathed - a series of quick tips that are easy to implement."

As life expectancies continue to climb and yet hospital waiting times lengthen, Nijmeh contends that individuals are taking a more proactive and holistic approach to personal health.

"In the past, taking time out of your day to focus on your physical, emotional and mental well-being might have been seen as selfish, but as our lives get busier and busier, it just makes good sense. To be a productive, happy and healthy in our everyday lives, it's in our best interest to love ourselves and treat our bodies kindly. With this new book, there are now 101 new ways to do just that."

In addition to Nijmeh's contribution, entitled "Eleven Tips to Get Through a Stressful Workday", other leading health experts such as Dr. Joseph Mercola, Gary Craig, Dr. Marcus Laux, Dr. Susan Lark, Dr. Stephen Sinatra, Dr. Julian Whitaker and many others, all contributed chapters to the health book.

Ronnie Nijmeh is available for interviews and commentary on stress management, how to improve your outlook on life, the power of positive thinking, conflict management and interpersonal communications skills. To learn more about the health book, 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health, visit ACQYR online at http://www.acqyr.com/healthbook

About Ronnie Nijmeh
In addition to his role as president of ACQYR, Ronnie Nijmeh is an author, speaker and coach specializing in the area of stress relief and business management. He is the author of dozens of articles as well as three books on stress management, including "Stress Busters", a practical toolkit packed with tips for handling stress, solutions to 30 common stress triggers, self-assessments and case studies. As a speaker and facilitator, he has led seminars for the University of Toronto, the City of Toronto (Enterprise Toronto). He coaches entrepreneurs and individuals on a one-on-one basis in areas of stress management, communication skills, conflict resolution, business management and more. To schedule an interview contact Ronnie at 1 (877) 438-3048 x. 710.

About ACQYR
ACQYR is a privately-held provider of skills development reports, training, coaching and seminars for individuals, teams and organizations. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, ACQYR collaborates with management consultants, conflict resolution experts and medical researchers to provide its series of reports on transferable skills. To learn more or to access free resources on stress management, visit ACQYR online at http://www.acqyr.com.

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364 Old Kingston Road, Box 97578
Toronto, Ontario, M1C4Z1
Web: http://www.acqyr.com

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