If you’re going to do any holiday travel to visit relatives, the best time to do it is before the holidays actually arrive. In early December last year, my siblings and I got together in Boulder, Colorado, for a big family reunion.
Because I’ve suffered a chronic illness called dystonia for many years, I’m all too familiar with how difficult the holidays can be for someone with a chronic condition. For that reason, I’m providing four tips for managing your health during the holiday season.
Happy Independence Day to those of you who celebrate this U.S. holiday!
Are you on the road this year or are you staying home? Perhaps you’re enjoying a ‘staycation’.
A ‘staycation’ can be just the ticket, in every possible way.
The holidays are a stressful time for most of us, anyway. But when you’re dealing with chronic health issues, normal levels of stress can spiral out of control quickly.