Ways to Manage Stress this Holiday Season

This Holiday Season Do What’s Best for You and Your Loved Ones

Take Care of Yourself
  • Being away from family and friends during the holidays can be hard.
  • When you talk with your friends and family about plans, it’s okay if you decide to stay home and remain apart from others.
Do What’s Best for Your Household
  • Doing what’s best for you includes eating healthy foods and getting enough sleep.
  • Take care of your body and stay active to lessen fatigue, anxiety, and sadness.
Spend Time with Those in Your Household
  • Hard choices to be apart this year may mean that you can spend many more years with your loved ones.
  • Do what is best for your health and the health of your loved ones. This year spend time with those in your own household.

Caring for Yourself

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Helpful Resources

How Right Now: Find What Helps This Season​external icon

Practicing gratefulness may be the best kept secret to help reduce stress and feel better.

 

To read the CDCs article on this topic, visit their website here.

 

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