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Tips on handling end-of-year fatigue

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Despite hanging beautiful decorations with Christmas music playing, many are also left preparing their home for holiday guests, cooking grandiose dinners and wrapping up holiday shopping – making it an exhausting time of year (especially when you’re supposed to be relaxed and taking a break from work stress).

Here are some tips to fight end-of-year fatigue:

• Get quality, good sleep (aim for 6-8 hours each night)

• Watch your caffeine and alcohol intake

• Limit your naps (tip: 20-minute naps between 1-3 p.m. are professionally recommended)

• Eat well

• Exercise often

• Identify where your stress stems from (seek professional counseling if needed)

Carolyn Taylor, The Oklahoma 100

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