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November 15, 1991 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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How To Avoid
The Holiday Blues

The holiday season — a
time for shopping, decorating,
partying, and visiting with
loved ones — can also be a
time for fatigue, headaches,
irritability and possibly even
depression for some.
The reasons? Seasonal
changes associated with the
holiday season often result in
increased stress levels for
many people. The stress, in
turn, may manifest itself both
physically in such symptoms
as fatigue and headaches, or
may be cycled emotionally in-
to the holiday "blues," and,
ultimately, depression.
Along with all the holiday
hoopla, the season produces
changes in our normal pat-
terns of existence and
changes in our normal spen-
ding patterns.
There are a number of
things people can do to
minimize the stresses and

The holidays can
be exhausting if
you let them be.

derive more enjoyment from
the holiday season. Experts
offer the following tips to
avoid the holiday "blues:"
Try to keep holiday visits
short and compact. Don't feel
compelled to stay beyond your
limit. Keep in mind that older
people particularly tire easi-
ly and that shorter, pre-
arranged visits usually have
more quality than those that
drag on too long.
Keeping in mind that in
America our holidays are
largely commercial, and com-
petition for buying is enhanc-
ed, try to avoid gift-buying
competition, particularly bet-
ween both sets of grand-
parents. Parents can set down
guidelines and artfuly handle
this potentially stressful
situation.
The holidays can be ex-
hausting if you let them be.
Adjust your schedule and
don't plan too many stops or
too much driving or shopping
at one time.
Try to get in touch with
your physical symptoms and
recognize your own stress pat-
terns, so you can stop the
stress cycle.
Build into your day some
progressive muscular relaxa-
tion to keep your stress/ten-
sion level under control.
Try to take 1/2 hour a day
and be good to yourself. Re-
juvenate yourself. Exercise if
you possibly can.
Basically, stress causes the
misuse of good energy. Your
goal for the holiday season
should be not to eliminate all
stress but, rather, to handle
as much stress as you can and
to control the excess. ❑

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