Christmas is known as the season to be jolly and it is a great time for family, friends, and fun. However, it can also be a significant source of stress and pressure, and a never-ending to-do list. Christmas and the holidays can be a massively busy time. Some of the reasons people get super-stressed or tired can be working long hours, worrying about financial cost for presents, or too many events planned.
Most of us are aware of the effects that stress can have on our body and with everything else going on in the world it adds an extra strain to our mental and physical health. Stress can negatively impact your health by lowering your immune system and making you more susceptible to illness.
To help you get through this holiday, I want to share 10 ways you can reduce the holiday stress (before it comes) so you can spend your time on what really matters to you.
Remember the reason for the season and enjoy the time that you have together with your family and friends. If things do not go as planned try not to worry too much, instead laugh and instead make them into fun memories to talk about for years to come.
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The term “self-care” originally appeared in the 1950s and circulated amongst civil right groups for several decades. Then, in 2016, the term exploded into the limelight due to the tumultuous presidential election – according to the New York Times.
Self-care is self-explanatory, but with the Americas’ obsession with overworking in pursuit of personal dreams or “keeping up with the Jones’” can make taking time for oneself an uncomfortable practice.