Holiday heart syndrome is a direct result of celebrations, the stress that surrounds the holidays and people drinking more alcohol.
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. But the hustle and bustle of the holidays can cause stress and depression in kids.
Certified Life Coach Irina Baranov spoke with Pat Ciarrocchi about strategies to manage holiday stress.
Holiday time is upon us yet again, and before the stress weighs you down, it’s a good idea to have a plan in place to help ensure that you’ll make it through the season with a smile.
Perhaps the best way to deal with the stress this holiday season is to understand that it is going to happen and to try and do things to minimize it. Find ways to relax.
The ‘happy’ holidays can be very stressful, even depressing, for many people.
“Today we are expecting 17 million packages to come through our system,” says a Fed Ex spokesman.
It is virtually impossible to ignore the treats that are either at home or in the workplace through the holidays, but you need to use judgment.
OrganizedChristmas.com can help you stay on track for your holiday plans – whether you’re planning a party, or a simple holiday at home.