Georgia Foster Says Work Stress Could Cause Excessive Drinking

Georgia Foster helps people to reduce their alcohol intake. Her online programme which is available to try for free, has become one of the most recommended ways to cut down on alcohol drinking.   Stress is a fact of life for today’s busy and active lifestyle.  Stress at home with children, marital discord and family commitments.  Stress at work from overwhelming workloads and less than tolerant bosses.  All of these stresses build upon one another and can create severe emotional, mental and physical issues for people. Georgia Foster, a leading how to stop drinking so much alcohol expert has said it is important to avoid becoming addicted to alcohol due to work related stress. Today’s fast paced lifestyles offer little in the way of social support.  Studies show that more and more people drink as a means of coping with the stresses of modern life, and that people with excessive or chronic stress at work often drink to excess after leaving work to relax and relieve the stress. It is not easy for anyone to know when their drinking has crossed the line from social or moderate drinking to problem drinking.  Alcohol abuse and alcoholism can begin without an individual even being aware of it.  It is important to be aware of the warning signs of a drinking problem and take steps to address[…]






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Government Health Programme Boosts Manchester Personal Training Industry

The team at Discovery Learning are expanding their Manchester training academy to meet the rising demand for personal trainer courses in the Greater Manchester area.   An initiative launched by the government and the National Health Service known as the ‘National Diabetes Prevention Programme’ has created an unexpected boost to the personal training industry in the City of Manchester.   The programme, which is being rolled out gradually from March 2016 to late 2020, is designed to prevent up to 100,000 Britons from developing type 2 diabetes and costing the NHS billions of pounds in treatment costs.   Type 2 diabetes is directly liked to obesity and can often be prevented or reversed by losing significant amounts of body weight.   The programme will pay for individuals deemed to be at high risk of developing the disease to have one on one training sessions with qualified personal trainers.   GPs and other local health professionals will have the authority to refer patients for one or two hours of training per week for six months.   News of the programme and the initial referrals that have already been made by GPs have resulted in an increase in the number of personal[…]






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How To Stop Drinking Alcohol Programme Available As A Free Trial

  The alcohol drinkless program has received worldwide recognition for helping people to drink less alcohol. People who have tried the online programme have credited it for helping them to stop drinking alcohol and reducing their alcohol intake.   An online how to drink less alcohol programme is currently available as a free trial. The programme launched by Georgia Foster, an alcohol reduction expert aims to help people learn how to drink less alcohol within seven days.   The online programme has been featured on many TV shows around the world and appeared in many media outlets for the success it has achieved. Georgia Foster, who has become a leading expert in helping people to reduce the amount of alcohol they drink has launched the free trial to help people see how powerful the online programme is.   Georgia Foster said: “The alcohol reduction programme works in just seven days. It helps those people who are reliant on alcohol and would like to learn how they can lead a better life.”   The drink less programme (http://www.georgiafoster.com/7-days-to-drink-less/)  has become one of the most recommended online programmes to help people cut down on drinking. With the programme being available on a[…]






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Paul Contris, CEO of Welcov Healthcare Discusses Business in a Recent Radio Interview June, 2016

  This Needs to be Said will broadcast an interview with the CEO of Welcov Healthcare, Paul Contris, who gave his insight on Business? Paul Contris founded Mission Healthcare LLC in May of 1997 and changed the name to Welcov Healthcare in 2012 which coincided with a period of rapid expansion under the new brand. Paul Contris business has grown to 22 long-term care centers, 11 assisted living facilities and 6 home health agencies in the Northern Rocky Mountain and North-Central Plains regions. Paul Contris is the CEO of Welcove Healthcare, who is a regular guest speaker with Katherine on the “This Needs to be Said” radio show. Paul Contris will be talking about Business. Paul Contris is a regular on the show, “This Needs to be Said” with Katherine, and is the founder and owner of Welcov Healthcare. Majority of aging adults now want to stay in their own homes, and this is where Welcov Healthcare exceeds in meeting this changing demand. Welcov Healthcare is led by founder and CEO Paul Contris. Welcov Healthcare has been fortunate to acquire some of the industry’s top talent with decades of healthcare experience. Welcov Healthcares leadership shares the common goal of providing[…]






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