Brand New Website Provides Groundbreaking Techniques for Relieving Stress and Anxiety


Geelong, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/08/2011 -- In response to the recent demand for effective ways to relieve stress and anxiety, is announcing the release of its new website that provides users a wealth of information for how to relieve the common symptoms associated with excessive worry.

In a recent study conducted by the International Journal of Work and Stress, researchers proved that the detrimental affects of have been increasing at an exponential rate over the last 10 years. This has reportedly led to an influx of stress related illnesses, the mass consumption of pharmaceutical drugs, and a society that is reportedly “10% more unhappy than 20 years ago.”

But despite these grim findings there is still a very bright light at the end of the tunnel. According to the websites creators stress and anxiety are all caused on the level of the mind. If people can simply learn how to identify their stressors and deal with them before they manifest into negative symptoms they can finally get control of their stress and anxiety and lead happy lives. This may seem impossible to someone who is right in the middle of their stress, but with simple techniques anyone can become free of their stress and anxiety.

So far the website has been met with rave reviews from those who have used it; more than providing a wealth of advice concerning effective ways to relieve stress and anxiety, it also offers some of the most critically acclaimed resources for readers to delve even deeper into the causes and cures for their stress.

It gives resources for coping techniques such as the difference between stress and anxiety, how to deal with a panic attack before it arises, how to use visualization to overcome anxiety, how to implement self hypnosis to finally relax, how to stay balanced while at work, and how to effectively take time away to keep stress at manageable levels.

To learn more about curing stress and anxiety once and for all please visit: