The Best Ways To Manage Holiday Stress3 min read

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Lara Jezeph
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Christmas and thanksgiving holidays are supposed to be a relaxing time meant for spending time with friends and family as a way to reflect back on the year. In reality however, the holiday season comes filled with stress and anxiety of all varieties. There is work, family, and friend obligations that all need attention and in the end the holidays can feel more like a burden than a chance to recuperate. Its common for people to suffer with illness and for those suffering with food intolerances, IBS and other digestive disorders its particularly stressful.

  • Not being able to enjoy the delicious foods for fear of digestion repercussions
  • Being tempted all the time by foods you love but can’t eat; mince pies, Christmas cake, squirty cream, chocolate and gravy.
  • Stress of planning in advance for long journeys to make sure you have snacks that you can eat.
  • Not wanting to feel a burden for having to be giving different foods you can tolerate.
  • Anxiety around toilet access when travelling or at other peoples houses.
  • Having people constantly ask you why you can’t eat gravy, it doesn’t have gluten right?

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The Best Ways To Manage Holiday Stress

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Lara Jezeph

Lara Jezeph

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