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In Light of Increased Levels of Personal Stress Over the Holiday Season, Lanahan Insurance Recommends Staying Covered with Health Insurance
Date:12/9/2013

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

As the holiday season progresses, many people throughout the country are feeling the pains of stress and anxiety. With December festivities and impending New Year celebrations also come many additional responsibilities and worries for families, businesses, and individuals nationwide, which in turn lead to high levels of health-damaging stressful feelings and mental health concerns. Research from the Mayo Clinic shows the severity of stress, as well as recommendations for ways to combat it. From lack of sleep to depressed thoughts to anxious habits, the effects of stress are very harmful to the body, which is why Lanahan Insurance is reminding customers throughout Florida and Georgia of some ways to cope with stress and safeguard their own health this holiday season.

  •     Learn to Manage Stress Effectively.

Stress and anxiety can often lead to greater health issues. From physical ailments like stomach ulcers to mental concerns like depression, a stressful lifestyle can quickly spiral into much greater concerns that have long-term effects. Because of this, it is important to learn how to manage stress levels effectively. Besides the obvious factors like routine exercise, getting enough sleep, and eating regularly, it is also important to recognize the importance of taking time for oneself. By “unplugging” electronics—yes, that means phones and email—and having a few quiet minutes of “down time,” it is possible to rejuvenate the body and improve overall health quality. Furthermore, spending time with loved ones, relying on other people to help with tasks, finding ways to laugh, and taking up a hobby or two can also have positive health effects on people who are willing to try new ways to de-stress and avoid high
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