Feeling out of sorts this season? There’s a reason you may feel stressed.
The average American spends 42 hours a year on holiday activities, such as shopping for presents and traveling to see friends and family. That’s why we’ve collected some of our favorite Lifestyle reads to help you handle the holidays (and maybe even have a little fun, too). Here’s how to celebrate without becoming totally drained:
The key is to be proactive and tackle the mid-winter blues head-on. It’s not as hard as you might think–it just takes a little planning.
As the saying goes, “laughter is the best medicine.” But is it true? Actually, yes. Laughing has tremendous benefits for you, mind, body, and soul.
Believe it or not, what and how you eat can have a direct impact on how well your body handles the stress in your life. And when you’re already stressed to the max, the last thing you need is for your body to work against you.
Drinking 8 glasses of water each day can help keep your skin clear, support a healthy metabolism, give you more energy, boost your immune system, and put you in a better mood.
Looking for a breather? Yoga is a good way to relax when you’re feeling anxious or stressed. Studies have shown that yoga can even help teens with asthma–and reduce muscle pain! Here a three poses to get you started.
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