How can we avoid the pre-Christmas stress mess?

  • 20 December 2021

Wow, what a year 2021 has been! We're sure most of us are looking forward to the rounder 2022.

From BradCliff, a few tips to help deal with the stress and strains in this so-called time of ‘peace and goodwill’.

How can we avoid the pre-Christmas stress mess?

Try these tips:

  • Plan your time. People are always important, things are sometimes important. Don’t let things crowd out people.
  • Plug in work-free, stress-free zones during your week. Take time out (whether its 10 minutes or all Sunday afternoon), you’ll find the world keeps spinning just the same without your extra worrying, and it might even seem a nicer place.
  • Laughter is the best toxin-free medicine. 

Make sure you have a good belly laugh at least once a day, if not once an hour. It works the diaphragm a treat, and releases serotonin (a mood enhancer as well as a sleep nectar) into your system. A good bout of laughter is one of the best stress-busters. Smiling is OK too. If this is to hard, just fake smile. The body still releases all the feel good chemicals.

And of course Breathe Well…


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