Staying Active and Restful Over the Holidays

The holidays are here, and that means it's time to enjoy festivities with family and friends, eat delicious food, and take advantage of all the fun activities. But while it's great to get out and make memories, it's also important to stay active and restful to keep your body and mind healthy. Staying active doesn't have to mean going to the gym every day, and restful doesn't have to mean vegging out on the couch. With some simple tips and tricks, you can find the perfect balance between staying active and recharging over the holidays. Here are some tips and tricks to help you stay active and restful over the holidays.
What is the importance of staying active and restful over the holidays?
The holidays are a time for celebration and catching up with loved ones, but for many it is also a stressful time when we're under more pressure due to family responsibilities and work. It's important to take the time during this busy period to look after yourself by incorporating healthy habits to ensure you don’t finish the year feeling exhausted and sluggish. 
Incorporate physical activities into your holiday plans
When making plans for the holidays, be sure to include some physical activities into your day.
Get enough sleep
 If you notice you're struggling to get enough sleep, there are a few things you can do to help:
  • A sleep schedule is a great way to figure out the right amount of sleep your body needs by planning when to go to bed and when to wake up. 
  • It can also help to reduce your screen time before bed, as that can make it harder to fall asleep. 
  • If you find your mind racing before bed, thinking of things you need to do the next day, we recommend organising your thoughts with a to-do list, this helps clear your mind before bed.
Balance your Diet
 While you don't have to completely avoid all the delicious foods, you can make healthier choices by choosing smaller portions, eating vegetables with every meal, and avoiding high-fat items, such as whole milk, cheese, and butter. And if you're hosting a holiday meal, there are many ways you can make your dishes healthier. You can try baking vegetables instead of frying them, opting for whole-wheat bread and noodles, and choosing low-fat dairy products.
Get out and explore the outdoors
Exploring the outdoors is a great way to reduce stress, get some exercise, and create some fun memories with your loved ones.
The holidays are a great time to celebrate, but it's important to stay active and get enough rest during this season so you don’t burn out. Taking it slow over the holidays can help you to both enjoy the festivities, and recharge for the New Year ahead. With these tips and tricks, we hope you can stay active and restful over the holidays and make the most of the season!
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