The holidays are around the corner, and while this is a joyous time for many, studies show the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is actually the most stressful time of year for most Americans. Thankfully, Immune Solution® has the advice (and the health products) to help you get through the season.
Holiday Stress Can Lead to Anxiety and High Nerves
Anxiety and high nerves should be the last thing on anyone’s mind during the holidays. If you feel a bout of anxiety or stress coming on due to overwork, family struggles, scheduling errors, interpersonal conflicts, work challenges, or other stressors in the lead-up to the holidays, try these Mayo Clinic-suggested simple-to-do stress reduction techniques:
- Communicate! If you’re feeling stressed & anxious during the holidays, it may help to talk to a friend or family member about your concerns. If you can’t arrange an in-person face-to-face, try reaching out with a text, a call, or a video chat. If you’re having unpleasant or unwanted emotions or thoughts towards a friend or family member during the holidays, definitely communicate with them. Proceed with kindness & empathy, but do communicate your feelings! Also, volunteering your time or doing something to help others is a good way to lift your spirits and broaden your friendships.
- Plan ahead. Stress & depression can ruin your holidays and hurt your health. Attention to planning ahead can help ward off stress & depression. Much of the stress from the holidays comes from overwhelm. Make sure you have the edge by planning for the holidays to reduce overwhelm.
- Learn to say no. The holidays can also be stressful for other people, which may lead to bosses asking for extra work hours, friends asking for favors, or family members asking for help. Help where you can, but learn to say no when needed.
- Don’t abandon healthy habits. People often gain weight and engage in alcohol consumption during the holidays. Stick to your exercise schedule, and commit to eating right. Doing so can help keep the mood positive.
- Set aside differences. If arguments arise during the holidays, try to set aside differences and proceed with some degree of neutrality. “Agree to disagree” should be the mantra of family gatherings.
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Even when tensions rise, that shouldn’t be an excuse to drink alcohol to “take the edge off.” Further, people should be cautious about consuming potentially addictive or mind-altering pharmaceuticals to address stress or unwanted emotions, especially not when non-addictive natural remedies can be just as effective (if not significantly more effective). Further, natural remedies don’t come with unwanted side effects.
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Here’s to a stress-free, healthy holiday season!!
Immune Solution® Staff Writer
 StudyFinds. “Jingle bell crock: 88% of Americans feel the holiday season is most stressful time of year.” Study Finds, December 2019. studyfinds.org
 MayoClinic. “Stress, depression and the holidays: Tips for coping.” Mayo Clinic, December 2020. mayoclinic.org