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In Stress-Proof, Dr. Mithu Storoni focuses on the problem and solutions for the reason that 80 percent of my patients decide to see me: stress. Recognizing and managing stress, as described in expert detail in this breakthrough book, can start a revolution in healthcare by focusing at its root causes. Highly recommended. * Joel Kahn, MD, FACC; clinical professor of medicine and founder, Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity * Mithu Storoni explains the neurobiology of stress and provides wise and accessible advice on enabling happy resilience. We learn why many practical steps can help us thrive in our stressful lives. * Dame Sandra Dawson DBE, KPMG professor emeritus of management studies, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge * Helpful and practical. Applying this book to your life will make it better. * -Kamal Ravikant, bestselling author of Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It * Stressproof is a rigorously researched guide that presents cutting-edge strategies for improving resilience, mental performance, and focus. Highly recommended. * Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD; psychologist and coauthor of Wired to Create * Extensively researched and comprehensive, Stress-Proof is filled with fascinating strategies for preventing chronic stress. Its advice is powerful and yet simple to implement and promises tremendous benefits for both mental and physical well-being. * Dan Buettner, National Geographic fellow and New York Times bestselling author of The Blue Zones *
As Mithu Storoni became a doctor, dabbled in neuroscientific research, trained in ophthalmic surgery, taught yoga, and earned a PhD in neuro-ophthalmology, she studied "illness" through different angles, all of which led to the brain. The deeper she ventured into the study of "illness" the more aware she became of the vital role played by chronic stress in the transformation from "wellness" to "illness." Moving from fast-paced London to the breakneck Asian business hub of Hong Kong heightened this awareness as Mithu watched her thriving friends and colleagues reluctantly abandon their passion, energy, and mental agility and surrender their flourishing careers, because of chronic, unbridled stress. This prompted Mithu to write this book. Mithu received her medical degree from the University of Cambridge and conducted her research in neuro-ophthalmology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, where she was a Clinical Research Fellow until recently moving to Hong Kong with her husband.