Faifield, CT, June 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- If laughter and entertainment are known to ease stress, you'll find no shortage of amusing fare dished up on the video-sharing website YouTube. But if your stress is so constant that a few chuckles aren't going to do the job, YouTube now features a video channel devoted entirely to eliminating the everyday stress, anxiety and clutter that's got you so wound up. Each weekday, the new channel TodaysStressTip offers viewers a strategy that -- more than relieve stress -- is aimed at reversing the stressful habits and mindsets we develop over the course of our lives. By subscribing to TodaysStressTip, YouTube members can be alerted to each new stress remedy as it's posted.
The video tips are delivered concisely and candidly by author G. Gaynor McTigue, based on his latest book "400 Ways to Stop Stress Now... and Forever!" published by Pick Me Up Books. Viewers will find daily solutions that rid stress from every area of life, including work, home, parenting, relationships, activities, travel, finances, school, shopping, entertaining, holidays, and many other stressful situations. The book has received several expert endorsements and many accolades from among the thousands people worldwide who are currently using the strategies.
McTigue fashions the video version of his tips on the stress elimination workshops he conducts for companies and groups. "When you talk to your audience honestly and directly," says McTigue, "and offer hands-on advice they can put to immediate use, the impact on managing stress can be enormous."
More information about the book and the author can be found at www.pickmeupbooks.com and by accessing the YouTube channel TodaysStressTip.