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How To Deal With Pre Christmas Stress

December 11, 2022

As Christmas approaches, so too does a unique form of stress that can affect many Australians. The festive season can be a time of joy and excitement, but it can also be a time of worry and anxiety. Stress can be a major issue during the Christmas period, with the combination of end-of-year deadlines, financial pressures, family obligations and social commitments taking their toll. Stress is an emotional response to a perceived threat or in this case, demand and can take a toll on our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Stress can be both positive and negative, however, excessive or prolonged stress can have a detrimental effect on our lives. In Australia, stress levels tend to peak in the lead-up to Christmas.

Financial worries are a major source of stress during the Christmas period, with many Australians feeling the pressure to spend money they may not have. Gift buying and the cost of hosting are two of the biggest financial pressures that can lead to stress. To manage these pressures, its important to be realistic about how much you can spend and to plan ahead to ensure you dont overstretch yourself.

Family expectations can also be a source of stress during the Christmas period. With family members scattered far and wide, many Australians feel the pressure to ensure everyone is included in the celebrations. Trying to juggle the demands of family members can be stressful, so it’s important to be honest about what you can and can’t do.

Social commitments can also add to the pressure of the festive season. Trying to keep up with the demands of work, family and friends can be overwhelming, so it’s important to be mindful of your own needs and to take time out for yourself when needed.

 

Plan ahead

Planning ahead is one of the best ways to reduce stress, so make sure you plan your shopping, entertainment and finances in advance. Make a list of the tasks you need to complete and set a timeline for when you need to do them. This will help to reduce the stress of feeling overwhelmed and ensure you have time to enjoy the festive season without feeling overwhelmed.

Take time out

It’s important to take time out and relax during the festive season. Schedule in some time for yourself and make sure you get plenty of rest. Taking regular breaks throughout the day will help to reduce stress and give you a chance to recharge your batteries.

Stay organised

Staying organised is one of the best ways to reduce stress, especially when it comes to shopping, entertaining and managing finances. Make sure you have a plan, set a budget and stick to it. Try to shop online to save time and energy. This can help you to avoid the crowds and keep your stress levels down.

Avoid overspending

Overspending is one of the biggest sources of stress during the festive season. Make sure you create a budget and stick to it. Try to plan ahead to avoid any last-minute purchases, as these can often lead to overspending. Be realistic It’s important to be realistic about what you can and can’t do. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself or set unrealistic expectations. Remember to have fun and enjoy the festive season, rather than getting caught up in trying to do too much.

Be mindful

Mindfulness is a great way to help reduce stress and stay in the present moment. Spend some time each day focusing on your breathing and being mindful of the present moment. This can help to reduce stress and give you a sense of calm. Look after yourself Make sure you look after yourself during the festive season. Eat well, get plenty of rest and exercise, and make time for yourself. This will help to reduce stress and ensure you have the energy to enjoy the festive season. These tips will help Australians to deal with stress during the festive season and enjoy all that the holiday season has to offer.

 

Remember to plan ahead, take time out, stay organised, avoid overspending, be realistic and look after yourself. This will help to keep your stress levels down and make the most of the festive season.


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