This book will not only help college students to reduce stress during their time in college, but it will also prepare them to have much less stress and other personal problems throughout the rest of their lives, long after they graduate.
Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
Mort (Doc) Orman, M.D., creator and sponsor of National Stress Awareness Month (every April), announced the release today of a free downloadable PDF e-book that can help college students and high school seniors reduce the stress associated with college life. Written exclusively for students who are currently in college or who are planning to attend, this innovative stress relief e-book can be obtained and shared freely at http://collegestress.net (instant download—no registration required).
In an interview, Doc Orman commented: “We are pleased to launch this new type of stress relief resource for college students that dispels common myths and misconceptions about stress which are widespread in our society. This book will not only help college students to reduce stress during their time in college, but it will also prepare them to have much less stress and other personal problems throughout the rest of their lives, long after they graduate.”
Titled "College Stress Relief: What Every Student Should Know (And Spread Around) ASAP," this book is being made available, at no cost and only via the Internet, to make it easy for college students to read it themselves and then share it with others. Students may make as many copies (print or electronic) of the book as they like and distribute them to friends and fellow classmates. Also, at the end of the book, additional free or low-cost resources for learning how to optimally reduce stress are made available.
Doc Orman, M.D. is Founder and Director of The Health Resource Network, Inc,, a non-profit health education organization that has sponsored National Stress Awareness Month every April for the past 20 years. He is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician, an award-winning author, a stress coach, and Founder of The Stress Mastery Academy. He writes a regular blog on how to reduce stress, which can be found at http://ormanstressrelief.com