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Help Your Holidays

Managing the Seemingly Inevitable Holiday Season Stress
Welcome to the holiday season—that whirlwind of gift-giving holidays, marketing blitzes, holiday parties, and activities galore that begins right after Halloween, builds to Thanksgiving and continues gaining momentum through the end of the year.

While this season is meant to bring feelings of love and cheer, it’s also the harbinger of holiday stress for many. In fact, according to a poll conducted on this site, more than 80% of us find the holiday season to be ‘somewhat’ or ‘very’ stressful—that ranks navigating the holidays right up there with asking for a raise! What is it that has us all so hot and bothered?

Doing too Much
All things in moderation, as the saying goes. The problem with the holiday season is that we often experience too much of a good thing. While stress itself is necessary for our survival and zest for life (researchers call this positive type of stress "eustress"), too much stress has a negative impact on our health, both mental and physical. Too many activities, even if they are fun activities, can culminate in too much holiday stress and leave us feeling frazzled, rather than fulfilled.
 
Eating, Drinking and Spending too Much

An overabundance of parties and gift-giving occasions lead many people to eat, drink and be merry—often to excess. The temptation to overindulge in spending, rich desserts or alcohol can cause many people the lasting stress of dealing with consequences (debt, weight gain, memories of embarrassing behavior) that can linger long after the season is over. Also, in these more difficult financial times, finding affordable gifts can be stressful in itself, and carrying holiday debt is a tradition that too many people unwittingly bring on themselves, and the stress that comes with it can last for months.

Read Entire Article ~ https://www.verywellmind.com/understanding-and-managing-holiday-stress-3145230

Category: Healthcare, Family Shade Member,Technology
Danio Diary is a FREE app and website which allows individuals to record and track the health and well-being of themselves and/or loved ones in order to securely share pertinent information with a trusted care network in real time.

The Care Network can include any trusted individual of your choosing such as physicians, caregivers, family and friends who support you.

Features include:

Text Updates - This feature helps to keep your Care Network informed by text. Type or talk to text and send notifications to anyone who follows you.

Physical & Emotional - Updates Where does it hurt? These features allow caregivers to see a much bigger picture of health by receiving real-time documentation of physical and emotional symptoms.

Polling - Ask the question and get answers from your network. "Has anyone had experience with..?", Does anyone know where can I find...?" This feature is useful when it's time to make important decisions or when opinions, ideas or advice are needed.

And there is more.  Visit www.aboutdaniodiary.com to learn more.
Testimonial:
"Since we have been using Danio, our family is able to access my mom’s medical records, reports and test results in real-time! Danio keeps the docs and family all 'on the same page' when it comes to my Mom’s health care​.” - Jane S., Wilmington, DE