NEW YORK, Aug. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Several years before Whole Foods brought healthy food to America's dinner tables, Paul Huljich cofounded an organic food company that was ahead of its time in his native New Zealand. He was chairman and CEO of Best Corporation when he had a complete mental breakdown—brought on by stress. Since then Huljich has spent his life becoming an expert on how to manage stress—but not before being told he would never be cured of his severe mind condition. Fourteen years later he is a drug-free stress conqueror, and he presents all that he has learned about mastering stress in what Psychology Today calls "one of this season's most talked about books," Stress Pandemic: The Lifestyle Solution (Mwella Publishing).
Kicking off a 20-city nationwide tour today, Mr. Huljich states, "Stress has become a pandemic that affects everyone. Through trial and error, through research into all facets of health, and through interviewing and speaking with whomever I could find to talk to about health, I began to develop processes to rebuild myself." The result is a book through which the American Institute of Stress claims, "We can all learn the valuable lesson to manage the stress in our lives, before we manage to ruin our health."
Hailed by Kirkus Reviews as "a commonsense guide to managing everyday stress" and by Publishers Weekly as "a valuable resource", Stress Pandemic outlines "9 Natural Steps" to becoming aware of the stressors in your life as well as empowering techniques to minimize their harmful health effects. Readers who learn and follow Huljich's uniquely powerful and integrated approach can live stress-free, in a natural and holistic way. Huljich states, "Stress Pandemic contains the practical and powerful keys to mastering stress and living well that I have developed and refined over years of experience and research. By implementing these lifestyle steps, you can free yourself from stress and enjoy optimal health and well-being. It's never too late to start!"
Huljich's 20-city tour includes the following cities: New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Portland, Seattle, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. Mr. Huljich is available for press and media interviews.
Huljich has set up generous donation plans to get the book into the hands of people struggling with various forms of stress, including those who have also suffered the health-effects of prolonged periods of stress. For details on his efforts, and more information on the book, visit www.StressPandemic.com
SOURCE Mwella Publishing