How To Recover From The Holidays

How To Recover From The Holidays

Posted by Julie Davis on Jan-2-2020

It’s been one heck of a month—or two. Between holiday shopping, wrapping presents, worrying (will I get it all done) and family gatherings (need we say more?), the holiday season can wreak havoc on everything from your feet to your shoulders to your mental state. Sure, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the most tension-inducing.

When the clock strikes midnight on December 26th, it’s time to hit the recovery button. Some of the smartest things you can do to bounce back from the holiday hustle are also some of the simplest. Here, we offer 5 expert suggestions on how you can do a full post-holiday reboot so you’re ready to crush it in 2020.

TAKE A SOAK: It sounds juvenile (only kids take tubs, right?), but the ritual of a tub can be one of the most wonderful and rewarding ways to recover. Warm water, aromatic oils and some calming music create the ultimate chill session. Throw in a CBD Bath Bomb and you take it to another level. Soak for at least 30 minutes to reap the mental and physical benefits of this much-needed you time.

TREAT YOUR FEET:  Your poor soles. They bare the brunt of the holiday (literally). A reflexology session will not only make your feet feel fabulous, but also help make your entire body feel more balanced. Reflexology utilizes the reflex points on your feet that correspond with other parts of your body. Stimulation and pressure to these points can help normalize imbalances, encourage relaxation, reduce stress and restore sleep patterns, to name a few. No time to book a reflexology appointment? Try massaging your feet with our CBD Foot Cream—it’s game changing for tired toes.

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GO OUTSIDE:  Fresh air is the best air. Head outside for a walk, run, hike or bike ride. Everything about being outdoors—the air, the sun, the exercise—is an instant mood booster. Plus, proof is in the research: Fresh air (a.k.a. oxygen) boosts serotonin levels in the body, which can help induce feelings of happiness and relaxation.

PUT DOWN YOUR PHONE: It’s no secret that smartphones create stress. Researchers have identified a link between smartphone usage and depression, loneliness, stress and anxiety. That said, take a technology breather. Put your phone away and spend the day doing something different. Watch a movie, play a board game, take a friend out to lunch, or even organize the house. Finding other ways to entertain yourself can help you think and see things more clearly. And maybe, just maybe, going a day or two without your smartphone, will make you realize you can (happily) survive without it.

STEP AWAY FROM THE LEFTOVERS: Leftovers for days doesn’t mean you have to indulge for days. Holiday recovery is as much about diet as it is your mental, physical and emotional state. As the new year approaches, now is the time to ease into a healthier, more balanced eating plan. Consider it a lifestyle change (not a diet) that will help increase energy, improve sleep and boost your mood. Do your homework and decide what eating plan is best for you and your lifestyle. And, most importantly, choose one you know you can maintain.

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