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For most families, the holidays are synonymous with celebrations, a sense of wonder, getting together and time away from school and work. In reality, the majority of us will not get much rest during this time. Here is a brief survival guide for well-advised merrymakers!
Between the race for gift shopping, preparing holiday dinners, and going to bed late, many of us will arrive in January with joy in our hearts, but physically exhausted. Not to mention our small post-Christmas ailments, harsh reminders of our overindulgences, or in some cases, signs that we caught a little virus from the random hugs, kisses and handshakes that went around.
Fortunately, there are a range of things you can do before, during and after the holiday celebrations to maintain your energy and health. To do this, we have developed a series of tips that will help you get through the holidays and start the year on the right foot.
During the holidays, there are many opportunities to deviate from your healthy habits. Lack of sleep, too much alcohol, occasional smoking and unhealthy eating are some of the evils that may make you stray from your objectives for healthy living.
Although it is totally natural to want to take advantage of the joys of life during the festivities, you can still attempt to limit the damages to your figure and your health by choosing a few simple measures. We have prepared a few tips on the matter, which we hope you will find very useful:
In winter, viruses and bacteria have it easy, or at least, they have it easier than those who have the misfortune of crossing their path! The cold, fatigue, an unhealthy lifestyle and increased and close contact with others during the holidays promote the development and spread of all kinds of infections.
There are things you can do and effective measures you can take to prevent them. If you get a cold, flu, gastroenteritis, cold sore or any other type of infection during the winter, remember that your pharmacist is there to help you.
For more information on the most common infections and the ways of preventing and relieving their symptoms, read the following tips:
It’s pretty safe to say that for many people, the holidays put the digestive system to the test. It is often difficult to resist the temptation of overeating when faced with such well-laden tables. Digestive discomforts can be felt the same night, following a particularly copious meal, however, it is often the day after the big night that we regret our overindulgences.
Nausea, heartburn, acid reflux, gas, bloating and flatulence are frequent reasons why people consult the pharmacist the day after holiday parties.
For additional information on how to reduce the discomfort related to digestive problems typical of the holidays, read the following tips:
Armed with these tips, we hope that the holidays will bring you joy, plenty and especially, good health! Happy holidays to you and your family!
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