Mental Health at Christmas: Some Tips for Coping

Christmas can be an isolating time for everyone, and it’s okay to prioritize yourself in a time of giving.
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Mental Health at Christmas: Some Tips for Coping from Rehab4Addiction

Christmas can be an isolating time for everyone, and it’s okay to prioritize yourself in a time of giving.

The Christmas and New Year might seriously affect mental health, the pressure and expectations can be grave, which is why coping strategies are as important as ever.

The New Normal

Despite mental health being an ever-growing topic of debate, the binary feelings at Christmas are meant to be joyous and exciting, but this isn’t the case for everyone.

If you have suffered from ill mental health, it’s easy to be overwhelmed quickly by social gatherings, money issues, and the new Covid pandemic.

The weight of having a good time can often lead to anxiety.

Individuals prone to anxiety are experienced in this feeling; the worry about events surrounding Christmas can suck all the joy out of the holidays.

Below are some useful contact numbers should you need further support. You can ready the full advice page from Rehab4addaction here 

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