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When the body says no : exploring the stress-disease connection / Gabor Maté.

By: Maté, GaborPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : J. Wiley, ©2011Description: xii, 306 pages ; 22 cmISBN: 9780470923351; 0470923350; 9780471219828; 0471219827; 9781630262563; 1630262560Subject(s): Medicine, Psychosomatic -- Popular works | Stress (Psychology) -- Popular works | Psychoneuroendocrinology -- Popular works | Medicine, Psychosomatic | Psychoneuroendocrinology | Stress (Psychology)Genre/Form: Popular works.DDC classification: 616.08 LOC classification: RC49 | .M345 2011Online resources: Table of contents | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
The Bermuda triangle -- The little girl too good to be true -- Stress and emotional competence -- Buried alive -- Never good enough -- You are part of this too, Mom -- Stress, hormones, repression, and cancer -- Something good comes out of this -- Is there a "cancer personality"? -- The 55 per cent solution -- It's all in her head -- I shall die first from the top -- Self or non-self : the immune system confused -- A fine balance : the biology of relationships -- The biology of loss -- The dance of generations -- The biology of belief -- The power of negative thinking -- The seven A's of healing.
Summary: Examines the effects stess has on human health, summarizing the latest scientific findings about the role stress and emotional makeup play in diseases such as diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome,cancer, and arthritis.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-296) and index.

The Bermuda triangle -- The little girl too good to be true -- Stress and emotional competence -- Buried alive -- Never good enough -- You are part of this too, Mom -- Stress, hormones, repression, and cancer -- Something good comes out of this -- Is there a "cancer personality"? -- The 55 per cent solution -- It's all in her head -- I shall die first from the top -- Self or non-self : the immune system confused -- A fine balance : the biology of relationships -- The biology of loss -- The dance of generations -- The biology of belief -- The power of negative thinking -- The seven A's of healing.

Examines the effects stess has on human health, summarizing the latest scientific findings about the role stress and emotional makeup play in diseases such as diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome,cancer, and arthritis.