“Healthy” and “holidays” aren’t two things that always go hand in hand. For many people, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is second only to back-to-school season on the crazy scale. But, Christmas? That single week before Christmas kicks off the “full-on crazy” period. Here’s your friendly reminder not to let your wellness slip to the back-burner, and a few things to help calm the holiday crazy!
A Little Help to Calm the Holiday Crazy
Stress being an unfortunate byproduct of the holidays, most of us experience a sense of diminished well-being at some point during those few weeks. The undesirable physical and emotional effects are not something we look forward to, but Bliss® can help calm the holiday crazy with a special blend of ingredients that relax and balance the body and mind without promoting drowsiness!*
A lack of vitamin B in your regimen can impact your wellness in different ways since hundreds of bodily biochemical reactions are supported by B-vitamins! Isotonix® Activated B-Complex delivers metabolically active forms of several vitamins and minerals in isotonic form, helping to increase energy and maintain healthy levels of serotonin. This decreases stress & improves mood to help calm the holiday crazies & get you back to enjoying the festive season!
The only thing longer than the lines at WalMart are the lines at the coffee shops. Save yourself the stress (and some cash!) by stashing some MochaTonix® wherever you are! With three delicious flavors and a little thermogenic boost, this is going to e your go-to all throughout the holidays!
What’s better than curling up by a fire with a book (or Disney+) and some cocoa? Wrapping yourself in a weighted blanket! Why should you get one? For starters, weighted blankets can help reduce stress, calm the holiday crazy, and get a better night’s rest. Weighted blankets are often compared to a hug which is pretty great when you need to slow down & show yourself a little TLC.
How are you calming the holiday crazy?
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.