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Top 3 Tricks for Avoiding Holiday Gloom

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It’s hard to believe…

But holidays are finally here.

And while that can mean festive parties, stockings hanging above the fireplace, or decorating your front yard…

It’s not all fun and games for everyone.

You see, it’s also a time when you can easily experience:

Holiday Gloom.

That’s right. And there’s a chance most people will experience it at some point during the holiday season.

According a recent survey, 62% percent of those who responded claimed to suffer from “holiday gloom” at some point during the season — but that isn’t much of a surprise. (1)

After all, there’s pressure to buy gifts, juggle commitments, and do as much as possible before the year ends…

And this can leave you exhausted…making your stress levels skyrocket…and putting your prostate and overall health at risk. (2)

But guess what?

It doesn’t have to be this way.

In fact, there are plenty of ways to de-stress during the December “frenzy” and avoid feeling gloomy.

And today, we’re going to give you a few key things you can do to reduce your holiday stress levels — many of these you’ll be able to do anytime, anywhere.

(Yup, even when you’re circling that crowded mall parking lot, or waiting in a super long line at the grocery store.)

1: Don’t worry about how things “should” be.

During the holiday season, sometimes it can feel like there’s pressure to compare yourself to some idealized notion of how your holidays “should” be going.

But keep in mind — everyone else is struggling to deal with their own idea of what the holidays mean, too. So instead of letting it get to you, just relax and enjoy everything as it comes.

It’s okay to have high standards, but perfection isn’t something that’s achievable. So, if you set your expectations too high, the result can leave you feeling depressed when you aren’t able to achieve the unachievable.

2: Be realistic.

It’s impossible to please everyone all the time — so why try so hard during the holidays? A big key to maintaining your stress levels is to simply say “no.”

Don’t be afraid to just say no to that extra commitment… you’ll feel much better when you prioritize the traditions and events that are TRULY meaningful to you.

3: Keep your own well-being in mind.

Yes, the holiday season is certainly about giving and what you can do for others. But, don’t take yourself out of the equation — make sure you include your own well-being as a priority.

Give yourself a few minutes away from the hype, even if it’s just for a half hour a day. The more time you can find to exercise, meditate, and clear your mind of the holiday stresses, the better.

Even something as simple as skipping the escalator and walking up a flight of steps is something that can do you a lot of good.

Now that you know how to better manage your holiday stress levels, if you’re looking to provide your prostate with even more support, don’t forget to add Prostavol’s Prostate Support to your holiday routine.

It’s a scientifically crafted formula featuring 33 incredible ingredients — meaning its capable of helping you truly optimize the health of your prostate, keeping your body strong and healthy when your family needs you most.

SOURCES: (1) Edwards S. Holiday Stress and the Brain | Department of Neurobiology. Neuro.hms.harvard.edu. http://neuro.hms.harvard.edu/harvard-mahoney-neuroscience-institute/brain-newsletter/and-brain-series/holiday-stress-and-brain. Published 2018. Accessed November 30, 2018. (2) Publishing, Harvard. 2018. "Stress And The Prostate - Harvard Health". Harvard Health. Accessed December 3 2018. https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/stress-and-the-prostate.

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