Diana Lees


Diana Lees was born in 1958 to a social worker mother (the product of 3 generations of missionaries in Japan) and an agnostic, physicist father. This unlikely union led to the nurturing of Diana's scientific mind as well as her deep, inner commitment to the divine.

After decades of involvement with pharmaceutical science, she left the mainstream in 2002 to deepen her connection to her inner truth. During 10 years of country living, she found herself exploring alternative medicine more and more deeply, and discovered that many of her scientific preconceptions were hogwash.

In 2011, a chance introduction to a highly respected Naturopathic Doctor led Diana to realize that a puzzling, seemingly unrelated set of lifelong health issues were actually the symptoms of a single condition - Long-Term Stress (LTS).

Though Diana never envisioned herself as an author, this realization was so profound, and has such far-reaching implications, that she has made it her mission to stand up and tell the world about Long-Term Stress. She now teaches others to recognize and relieve the effects of LTS, which has been described as the #1 silent killer.

Diana lives with her husband and a variety of animals in the lush desert near Tucson, Arizona.

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How To De-Stress: An Everyday Guide To A Lifetime Of Freedom
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 17,970. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » healthy living, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Women's health
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
If you're over 40 - and especially if you're female - this book is for you! Stress has been named the #1 Silent Killer, and this book provides de-stressing essentials you won't find anywhere else: what stress really is, how to protect your health, and simple, quick ways to relieve stress and bring your body back into balance.

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