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Cortisol: Reduce Stress and Bring Balance to Your Life

Narrated by: Eric Boozer
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Summary

What are the pros and cons of cortisol? 

Cortisol, the stress hormone, has different functions. Some people may immediately frown when they hear the word, while some scientists may raise their eyebrows and curiously learn more about it. Are you ready to discover more about this mysterious hormone we all produce from time to time?

You will feel better when you understand your emotions, anxiety, and your mood swings better. Cortisol production has an impact on your health, your skin, how young you look, and how well you sleep. The effects range farther than you might think. Learn new things from this straightforward study guide, which touches on topics such as:

  • The definition and various functions of cortisol
  • What to think of cortisol resistance and how to treat it
  • In which way cortisol levels relate to losing or gaining weight or fighting belly fat 
  • How to decrease cortisol levels in completely natural ways
  • How to feel younger, healthier, and full of energy by managing cortisol levels
  • How anger management becomes easier by controlling cortisol

Live a happier, more carefree life by reducing cortisol levels. Learn what it means to worry less, decrease anxiety, and find the best ways to look younger, lose weight, and stress out less. Cortisol is the answer to all these problems. Start listening now. Add this book to your cart.

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Cortisol in a nutshell

This book summarizes it really well. The toxic stress hormone needs to be reduced, if not eliminated. Information like this can help with that.

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  • Toby
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  • 19-12-18

Best book on the topic

Did you see any other books on this topic? I sure didn't. Quinn Spencer sure picked a non-competitive niche to publish a book in. Good job, Quinn. I liked the narrator too.

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Yeah!

A book that says it all, a book that will tell you to reduce stress not just by doing less but focusing your mind on the most important priorities and knowing your limits.

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Dont bother

Just listen to one chapter. The rest are just saying the same thing all over again.

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Nice content

It's a book that is really good because of the information and the narration. I liked the way it was put together.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-12-18

Very interesting

I always stress out too much. I have no idea what happens to me when it happens, but this book explains it very well and focuses on the stress hormone we all choose to ignore. More importantly, it talks about tips and solutions to reduce cortisol.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-12-18

Wow

Wow! Wow! Wow! I didn't realize that the biggest stress cause was the cortisol in my system. I like that this book goes over how to reduce cortisol. Great solutions.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-12-18

Interesting stuff

I never thought of the impact of cortisol, and what causes that neurotransmitter or hormone to be released in our system. Great information.

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  • Jade Duncan
  • 23-12-18

Best to relax

If you want to relax, you can buy some of those relaxation CDs or you can just get this book and learn what really makes us stressed.

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  • Adam Kirk
  • 23-12-18

Check

Checked alll the boxes on my list of what a good audiobook should sound like, so no complaints on my end.

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  • Coral Hardy
  • 24-12-18

5 stars!

Well, maybe 4.5 because it wasn't perfect. But for the price it's a great deal if you ask me. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-12-18

Yeah!!!

I love little books like this! Stressing out is such a bad thing, especially with all those individuals having burnouts around me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-12-18

Stress kills

I didn't realize it before, but so many things that relate to our health, have something to do with cortisol and stress hormone production. Very nice book. I loved it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-12-18

Best book on this topic

I looked for other books with the same keywords and couldn't seem to find them. This is definitely the best one.

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  • Katie
  • 09-08-19

Not worth it

This book is basically one endless list of the effects of cortisol on the body, told in 20 different ways. Every chapter seemed to start with the same overview and the lists, although I'm sure are accurate, are so boringly presented I mostly tuned out. There is a small amount of information on how to manage elevated cortisol and this is it: find ways to relax: meditation, walking, sex etc. Get 8 hours sleep a night. Take supplements of ashwagandha, curcumin, reishi mushroom and valerian. Listen to brainwave entertainment/binaural meditations. Though you can find all this info on a 5 minute internet search anyway.

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