Professor Pete Alexander

Stress Relief Tool – Read A Good Book

This activity can help reduce your stress by as much as 68 percent.

What do Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Elon Musk have in common (other than tons of money)? They all find time to read and improve their knowledge.

And reading is not just benefitting your mind – research shows that it can help reduce your stress level by as much as 68 percent!1

Now, you might be thinking “when do I have time to read a book?”

The key is that you don’t have to spend a long time reading. You could just read ten pages a day. If that proves challenging to your schedule or environment, consider listening to an audiobook on your commute. Whatever solution you choose, the fact that you are reading a book for your own pleasure will help with your overall stress level, and improve your knowledge in the process!

And if you are looking for an easy and helpful new book to read, please consider LIGHTEN Your Day.

Please note that there is no guarantee a particular stress relief tool will work for you. Thus you must take complete responsibility for using them and for your own physical and emotional wellbeing. Further, Professor Pete Alexander is not a licensed health professional. Please consult qualified health practitioners regarding your use of any stress relief technique. Medical advice must only be obtained from a physician or qualified health practitioner.

  1. The Telegraph – Reading Can Help Reduce Stress

Posted by Professor Pete Alexander

A seasoned professional with over 30 years of Sales and Marketing experience, Pete has battled the negative effects of stress head-on and has developed the LIGHTEN™ stress relief model that motivates his peers to better protect their health and handle challenging situations with grace and success.

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