The New Year brings changes, and unfortunately some are out of our control. However, what about those changes that we can control?
If you are experiencing holiday stress, you are not alone! We cannot always predict when negative stress might present itself. The good thing is that holiday stress is very predictable.
Coughing and sneezing - it's the sound of the holiday season. During fall and winter months, we see an uptick in viruses, and this year is no different.
The holiday season has officially started, and with it comes gatherings which usually revolve around food. Friends and family start sharing traditions. Tables are filled with scrumptious and perhaps sometimes not so healthy choices.
The holidays often bring joy, but for some can also bring feelings of stress, anxiety and depression. That's why it's important to recognize the signs of holiday depression and get help when it's needed.
The holiday season truly is a wonderful time of the year with celebrations and sweet treats, but overindulgence can also lead to weight gain and a number of health concerns.
As we say goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021, we do it with new hope. This has been a challenging year around the globe and has affected us all.
Depression can present anytime of year, but the risk can become particularly high during the holidays for isolated seniors in our communities.
For some, holidays can become a time of stress, anxiety or depression. That's particularly true this year and why it is important to recognize the signs of holiday depression.
The pandemic has created many challenges and has forced us to re-examine and change how we do things. Find your gratitude even in a pandemic.