Local Chiropractor Dr. Brandon Roberts Participates in ‘Stress Less. Live More™’

A Nationwide Health and Wellness Campaign

April is National Stress Awareness Month and Local chiropractor, Dr. Brandon Roberts has teamed up with health and wellness professionals across the country to provide relief for a nation under stress.  The brainchild of Dr. Eric Plasker, health and wellness expert and bestselling author of The 100 Year Lifestyle and The 100 Year Lifestyle Workout, the Stress Less. Live More. campaign has attracted hundreds of chiropractic offices,  who are offering free consultations, workshops, newsletters and tips to alleviate the effects of stress on people around the country.

“We want to make people aware of the destructive effect that stress has on the body, and I am encouraging the residents of East Contra Costa to free themselves of the worries that are responsible for this stress by taking an active part in this worthwhile campaign, “says Dr. Roberts “As part of Dr. Plasker’s Stress Less. Live More. campaign this month, I will be offering local residents and businesses a free Stress Less. Live More. Workshop along with Dr. Jason Bergerhouse and Anthony Trucks of Trucks Training and a free spinal stress screening.”

This presentation will be on Sat, 5/7 from 11am-2pm at TravelHealthnHygiene.com, 5081 Lone Tree Way, Antioch, Ca 94531. Free lunch will be provided.

As recently reported in the Wall Street Journal, 84 percent of women and 75 percent of men are stressing about the economy, similar numbers stress about money, and more than half of men and women stress about housing costs and job stability.

“A stressful lifestyle can cause pain, disease, premature aging and even an early death.  Sixty percent of doctor visits are stress-related.  If you learn to Stress Less. Live More., you can eliminate many health problems, save money and improve the quality of your life dramatically and you can reduce the aging and disease-causing impact it has on the body,’ Dr. Plasker says.

Americans spend billions of dollars each year on stress-related illnesses.  Treatment of back pain costs $90 billion a year, and during the Stress Less. Live More. campaign, participants will be able to get free information on reducing stress, as well as learn tips for living a healthier lifestyle.

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