Holiday tips

Spend time with loved ones.  The holiday period is a time to celebrate and spend time with family and/or friends.  Christmas day is the one day that all businesses are usually closed so make the most of it and spend some quality time with those that you love.  Face-to-face social interaction is so vital to our health, both physically and emotionally.

Family and Friends

Take time to rest – It’s the end of the year, you’ve gone through a lot. You have had your fair share of accomplishments and upsets, maybe even some failures along the way that made you stronger and taught you a lesson.  Things wind down as we approach the holidays so take some time for you and rest.  This could be sleeping, waking up late, Netflix and chilling, doing something you enjoy that helps lower your stress like dancing, painting, working out, etc. 

Take time for yourself

Enjoy the food feasts – the caveat is knowing your food intolerances and sensitivities.  If there is a food that aggravates your health, try your best to stay away from it because the last thing you want is to feel sick that you cannot enjoy the rest of the festivities.  Know that it is okay to say ‘no’ when you are offered a certain food or drink and people will understand if you tell them itis an allergy/intolerance/sensitivity. The last thing they would want is for you to get sick from their party.

Festive food celebrations

Take your supplements – They will keep your health on the upswing throughout the holiday season.  Your B vitamins will help maintain your energy levels and support your liver detoxification pathways to detox that alcohol.  Your adrenal support supplements will maintain your hormone/cortisol balance and help with energy too.  If you need an extra energy boost, you are welcome to come in for a quick adrenal support injection with some B vitamins.

Energy booster injections

Plan your 2019– In between resting, spending time with family and friends, and indulging in feasts, find some time to sit down with your planner, journal or whatever else you use and plan out your career and personal goals/dreams/visions for 2019.  This will give you something to look forward to for the upcoming year, help you envision a plan of action to get there, and, let you start off January with drive and ambition so you can begin achieving whatever you want in 2019 sooner.

Stay safe, Be merry, and enjoy the holidays everyone! And as always, remember that if you are going to parties and indulging in alcohol, find a designated driver, take transit or a taxi/uber.

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