by Christine Hunt

Be calm and relaxed.If your stress factor is climbing with just days left before Christmas, here are some easy ideas that don’t take much time to help you get through it all with your sanity.

1.  Breathe.  Take slow, deep breaths relax your shoulders and stretch your neck gently with your head,forward, to the right, to the back, to the left and forward again.  Do several times and reverse direction.

2.  Take a 15 minute walk and clear your mind.Leave the building or your home and get some fresh air.

3.  Be thankful.  Giving thanks for the positive aspects of your life is calming, and gives you some perspective on your present situation.

4.  Eat healthy foods.  Stress causes an acidic body pH which results in inflammation.  Fresh vegetables and fruits help to alkalize the body and reduce inflammation.

5.  Tap.  Gently tap or hold pressure on the outside edge of your eye socket, of either eye, while thinking about the emotion you are feeling and what or who is stressing you out.

6.  Call a friend.  It will get your mind off of what is stressing you out and may even put a smile on your face.

7.  Laugh often.  It is the best medicine after all.

But most of all, enjoy the holidays with your family and friends.


Christine Hunt

An experienced Wellness Coach, Certified EFT and Certified Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, Christine Hunt gets results for her clients that conventional therapies cannot. She takes the whole person approach when working with her clients to help them lose weight, get relief from chronic illness & pain, trauma/PTSD and addictions of all kinds. She has been a Certified Practitioner since 2013 and has done hundreds of sessions helping her clients to uncover and remove the obstacles to their problems with weight, illness, pain, addictions, traumas, relationships, grief/loss and financial security opening doors to their personal fulfillment and happiness. Contact her for a free, 15 minute consultation to learn why what she does works when other methods have failed. Christine works with her clients in person, by Skype or phone.  So, if you live away from the Annapolis, Maryland area, she can still work with you.