Title: Conquering Your Stress and Fears
Author: Gustavo Kinrys, M.D.
Release Date: August 9, 2018
When you realize that anxiety, stress and even fear permeate every aspect of your life, you begin to wonder how you can eliminate these all-encompassing feelings. How can you reclaim those precious minutes of your life and become truly at peace with your mind? Conquering Your Stress and Fears by Dr. Gustavo Kinrys, M.D. quickly and easily guides you through the various options for tackling these feelings naturally, before you turn to conventional medications and treatments. From the nuances of supplemental approaches such as herbs or vitamins, mindfulness meditation and even emergent technologies, Dr. Kinrys’s guide tells you what you need to know about usage and dosing, providing detailed instructions in an easy to approach and practical guide to get you on the path to wellness.
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~ About Author ~
Gustavo Kinrys, M.D. is a graduate from the Mayo Clinic and the Massachusetts General Hospital. He is the Associate Medical Director of the MGH Clinical Trials Network and Institute (CTNI), and a member of the Dauten Center for Bipolar Innovation (DCBI), Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition, Dr. Kinrys has been a faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 15 years. Dr. Kinrys has published over 100 articles, reviews and posters, has been a recipient of numerous awards, and has delivered lectures in national and international forums. He is the author of the books Anxiety Disorders manual and Natural Remedies for Anxiety and Stress. Also, of the upcoming volumes Natural Remedies for Bipolar Disorder, and Natural Remedies for your Sleep. His areas of interest include treatment-resistant depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders, development of novel pharmacologic agents and diagnostic tools for mood and anxiety disorders, cross-cultural and minority issues in clinical trials, and applications of natural remedies and new technologies alone and combined with conventional pharmacologic therapies for treatment-refractory patients.