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How to Host a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

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Group of young friends toasting with red wine at Thanksgiving table
Best Ways to Reduce Stress During the Holidays
As much as we may look forward to the holidays, added stress and anxiety often feel unavoidable. Our guest lists seem to double and the date seems to snea up on us before we are ready. For those that suffer from Vertigo, stress isn’t merely an inconvenience; it can be a trigger for a bout of vertigo, which is extra frustrating if it means you are missing time with loved ones. If you or someone you know experiences episodes of sudden dizziness, nausea, or headaches, it’s important that you create a stress-free environment this Thanksgiving. You can relieve some of that holiday stress with our tips for hosting a relaxing Thanksgiving meal.

 

Reach Out to Loved Ones

 

If you’re in charge of cooking this year’s Thanksgiving dinner, you shouldn’t feel obligated to do everything yourself. Take a look at your guest list and think about how you can delegate some of your responsibilities. Don’t be afraid to ask one of your friends or relatives if they can bring a dish or pick up a pie at the grocery store. Most people expect to help with the festivities.

 

Get a Head Start

 

You can do yourself another favor by not doing all of your own cooking assignments on Thanksgiving Day. Try spreading out some of your tasks by cooking time intensive dishes ahead of time and sticking them in the freezer. While some items may need to be made the day of, you can often make some of the recipe the day before. You can even prep some of your ingredients to streamline the process when you’re ready to start cooking.

 

Create a Schedule

 

When it comes to managing your time, it’s helpful if you plan ahead and give yourself some wiggle room. Write down the order in which you plan on accomplishing certain tasks. Then assign the amount of time you expect to spend on each task. Leave yourself some extra time for traffic, personal delays, and long holiday lines, and conversation with family. Knowing what you have on your plate ahead of time can help you avoid stress from unforeseen delays and help you relax while enjoying the company.

 

Don’t Neglect Your Health

 

It’s so easy to neglect your health you have a lot on your to-do list. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water, eat plenty of healthy fruits and vegetables, and get a full night’s sleep. You’ll have more energy throughout the day and your mood will drastically improve.

 

If you’re worried about having an episode of vertigo this holiday season, grab a bottle of Di-Vertigo to carry with you. You deserve to enjoy every minute of your holiday!

 

 

 

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