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Full House for Thanksgiving? Calming Tips for You

Full House for Thanksgiving? Calming Tips for You

No matter if you are a guest or a host this Thanksgiving, there’s no denying that Turkey Day can cause a lot of stress. Whether you are worried about seeing certain people, being able to accommodate so many guests, setting unrealistic expectations, your cooking skills, or just don’t want to get involved in the family drama, the weeks leading up to the big day can be draining.

This constant worry can take a toll on your health both physically and mentally by jeopardizing the quality of your sleep. The main cause of sleeplessness is feeling worried or nervous, and a major holiday like Thanksgiving can cause individuals to excessively worry about future events and/or feel overwhelmed by responsibilities. Not being able to sleep as a result of stress will only make the problem worse, so as the holiday season approaches, it is important to learn how to manage your symptoms in order to get a good night’s sleep.

Insomnia is classified by the following:

  • Trouble falling asleep when you get in bed
  • The inability to fall back asleep after waking up in the night
  • Waking up too early
  • Experiencing excessive daytime fatigue or not being able to function properly during the day as a result of poor quality sleep

Insomnia can be either short-term or chronic. In order for the condition to be chronic, you must experience recurrent symptoms for three months. However, if you only find yourself having trouble sleeping at night around the holiday season, you are likely experiencing short-term insomnia, so it's important to manage your symptoms and find effective ways to fall asleep.

TouchPoints™ can be a non-invasive, natural treatment for insomnia. These wearables work as sleep aid devices by using BLAST technology to reduce beta activity in the brain, which could help to reduce the stress symptoms that cause sleep disturbances. By using them for just a few minutes before bed every night, TouchPoints™ users with insomnia have reported less difficulty falling asleep and better quality rest overall.

To learn more about how TouchPoints™ can help you manage your stress this holiday season, click here.

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