Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Dr. Kayode Sotonwa, Dr. Sotonwa, Health |

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Dr. Kayode Sotonwa shares top stress management advice

Dr. Kayode Sotonwa knows that the holiday season is often a very busy time for families all around. Not only are there many things added to the average person’s to-do list during this time of year, but things like traveling, having guests visit and preparing for big events often leaves individuals somewhat stressed out.

This is because adding a lot to a routine can easily overwhelm someone, but it doesn’t have to with some easy preparation techniques. These tips from Dr. Kayode Sotonwa will help all those out there be their most prepared to rock the holiday season without the annoying consequences.

  • Plan Ahead: one of the top thigs that Dr. Kayode Sotonwa shares will help anyone feel less stressed out during the season is planning ahead. Doing whatever possible to prepare in advance for big meals, get-togethers and even Christmas shopping often saves time, money and plenty of stress. Have the attitude that only when left to the last minute will these things become a problem.
  • Have Some “Me” Time: Dr. Kayode Sotonwa knows that everyone should set some time aside each day to do something that helps them relax and unwind. This is important to help avoid a build-up of internal stress. Go shopping, go on a walk around the neighborhood with the kids to check out themed decorations, or perhaps call up an old friend to reconnect over lunch.
  • Enlist Help: Many moms (or dads!) out there take on the stress of planning for the holidays by themselves, but what better time of year to ask for some assistance? Ask a close friend to watch the kids for a night so you can shop for their presents after work one night, or perhaps enlist neighborhood kids for party cleanup after a get together. For asmall price, you can sit back and relax instead of spending the whole day picking up.

Dr. Kayode Sotonwa knows that anyone can make healthy changes easily. Try adding one thing to a routine for a week or so, then continue adding new adjustments. Those who do will see that soon, it just becomes a part of a routine.

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