he term, Hurried Woman Syndrome, was first coined by US researcher Dr. Brent Bost, who says it tends to affect women between 25 and 55 who try to do too many things in a short space of time. Dr. Bost says stress leads to an imbalance in the brain of the 'feel good' chemical serotonin, which leads to fatigue and an increased appetite, setting off the other symptoms.

The illness is typically caused by chronic stress which results from the demands of juggling work with a hectic family life, such as bringing up children, caring for elderly relatives, etc.

This causes symptoms such as tiredness, increased appetite, weight gain, trouble sleeping, lack of motivation, and feelings of guilt and low self-esteem.

The Hurried Life ™is proud to present valuable information on The Hurried Woman Syndrome to your organization by utilizing professional PowerPoint presentations via a format that is both informative and entertaining.

Our training and educational sessions are offered in 1, 1 ¼ , or 1 ½ hour sessions including keynotes, workshops, seminars, or lunch and learn formats. We have also developed ½, 1 and 2 day workshops for more in-depth analyses and investigation of issues with respect to the hurried lifestyles of women.

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