The Stress Solution — by Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Title: The Stress Solution
Author: Dr Rangan Chatterjee
Year: 2019
Publisher: Penguin Books
Synopsis: A guide with simple steps on how to reduce stress levels to clear up space in your mind and life.

Review:

Dr Rangan Chatterjee is a NHS general practitioner, who is known for his unique, wholesome approach to patient care, which takes into account everything about the patient: their lifestyle, their nutrition, their relationships and their stress levels.

Dr Chatterjee Goes Under the Hood to Find out the Root Cause of Illness

Dr Chatterjee does not just deal with the visible symptoms of being unwell, he rather looks deep into the root cause of the issue. Dr Chatterjee is also an author of 2 best-selling books: “The 4-Pilar Plan” and “The Stress Solution”, and has recently released his third book “Feel Better In 5”.

His books focus on creating a healthier and happier life, by making small changes to current routines and changing little habits, which can make all the difference. “The Stress Solution” focuses on addressing the underlying factors of stress to reduce the total amount of it in our lives. The book guides us through some simple points relating to our purpose, our relationships, our body and our mind. It explains how we can work on these to reduce the stress triggers in our lives.

Replace Stress with Happiness & More Smiles!

“The Stress Solution” is for anyone who wants to reduce their stress levels and have more time in their life for fun and exciting things, and replace stressing out with happiness and smiles.

This book will help those leading busy lifestyles, who are burning out constantly. It will open their eyes to the little stress triggers that pile up and make their lives seem like a nightmare. This book is the one to read in order to learn which actions to take to reduce negative emotions and feelings, and create some mind-space for peace, quiet and happiness.

4 Sections: Purpose, Relationships, Body & Mind

The book is divided into 4 topics: Purpose, Relationships, Body and Mind. Each one is explained in detail, and the factors in these aspects of life that can cause stress are stated. The descriptions are very straight-forward, with clear real-life examples that Dr Chatterjee had encountered while working as a GP with real patients.

These examples are very fascinating to hear about: you really start understanding how little things can affect your overall well-being and happiness on a daily basis, but most importantly, you get inspired to take action and work on yourself. You truly understand that your stress levels can be reduced from just small modifications to your life.

Practical Solutions to Help You Change How You Act & Feel

The most significant parts of the book are the practical solutions and exercises that can help you change how you act and feel. These are provided for each of the 4 life topics discussed in the book. These action points are small things, and Dr Chatterjee explains exactly how you can implement simple gestures and actions, that only take a few seconds into your life to make a huge difference to your well-being and stress levels.

The whole book is written in a straight-to-the-point, concise way, but everything is well-explained, so it is clear what the author wants to say.

Clear the Mental Clutter & Stress Triggers for a More Joyous Life

The book is great for anyone who is caught up in a busy routine, who can’t seem to manage to stop their thoughts from running at a million miles an hour, who needs a bit more calm in their life. “The Stress Solution” will help you clear up the clutter in your head, cut out the stress triggers and introduce more pleasant moments into your life.

The book is available in print and as well as an audiobook from Amazon Audible.

Book Rating: 8.5/10

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