Many people suffer from stress due to work, ilness, chronic pain and hectic holiday seasons. There are many factors that contribute to day to day stress. However, the biggest contributor to stress is the holiday season, This includes Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. These are special times of the year that requires shopping, standing in line, and continuous driving.
Most people are not expected to stand in line for hours at the checkout counter, trying to pay for their items. If they forget the pick up the eggnog or the cinnamon, they have to step out of line, and push through a crowd of shoppers, just to get to that one needed item. When they return to the checkout line, they have to stand in line once again, for another long hour.
Once they are out the door, they now have to fight through traffic in the parking lot, just to get out. On the highway is not any better. Drivers blowing their horns, weaving in and out of traffic, speeding on the highways, trying to make it through the yellow light, before it turns red. These are just a few incidents that can bring on an enormous about of stress, during the holidays.
Aspirins may work wonders for a headache, but for major stress, only stress management solutions provides the best stress relief. Everett uses several well known stress relieving techniques to help reduce or eliminate stress. Aside from getting an all over massage, there are other alternative treatments that work just as well.
- Stress Management Techniques
- Total body relaxation
- Herbal medication
- Supplements and vitamins
- Nutritional meals
- Regular exercise
- Plenty of rest and sleep
- Lots of laughter
Stress Management creates individualized and personalized stress management plans. No two people are the same, and their bodies do not handle stress in the same manner. Therefore, individuals are not group together in one consolidated treatment plan. A naturopath doctor discusses various methods of stress management plans, and works diligently to implement the best plans. Most individuals visit their naturopath doctor, before holiday stress sets in.