In today's highly stressful world, most women find themselves looking for just one more hour in a twenty-four-hour day. If we could only get that extra hour, what would we do with it?
Stress continues to be a major factor in our lives. Like the thinning ozone layer or tax increases, we usually just 'live with it." Women in particular live high-stress lifestyles and don't completely understand how stress affects them. They are very aware of how they feel under stress but don't realize how it could be ruining their health and their lives.
Since stress damage cannot be measured with any certainty, it continues to challenge medical research. But in this field, women's health needs to be clearly distinguished from men's health. If we are going to try to comprehend and develop preventive methods of treating the diseases afflicting women today, then we need to understand women better.
Stress is something we all have, regardless of who or where we are in this world, but it doesn't have to control us. Let Miss Diagnosed set you on the path to good health.