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December is upon us and already the frantic rush to the Christmas holidays is underway. What can you do to avoid running out of steam once the holidays arrive?
Although some of us are off during the holidays, many people feel exhausted when they go back to work in January. The race to buy gifts, baking and cooking, organizing and managing endless holiday gatherings, going to bed late… When all of this is combined, it's the perfect recipe for starting off the year with a happy heart, but a tired body. And, if by a stroke of bad luck, you catch a nasty virus when exchanging warm wishes, then it’s a disaster!
You need to ask yourself how you can avoid burning the candle at both ends. It’s a fair question... Why not set your goal to be ready when Christmas arrives without depleting your energy reserves before the festivities begin? You will then be in peak form for sharing warm wishes!
Why is the holiday season in fact so stressful for some people? Shouldn't it be a time for a break, rejuvenation, joy and harmony? An opportunity to look back on the year? But some people have very high expectations for the holiday season, far from the simplicity of the origins of this religious holiday, celebrating peace and love.
Stress and anxiety can cause physical and psychological exhaustion. This happens when the demands exceed our ability to manage the situation. The pressure to perform can certainly come from external sources, but many people are their own worst enemy. Instead of putting demands on yourself and others, try to cut yourself some slack. This is the time to play it cool!
Here are a few tips to help you get to Christmas in top form.
As well, your chances of getting to Christmas and staying healthy are greater if you....
Your pharmacist is always available to give you advice on the ways to take care of yourself and your health, throughout the year. Don’t hesitate to talk to him\her!
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