Having a headache during the “most wonderful time of the year” can become annoying…
It happens every year. Nat King Cole and Sinatra Christmas songs are on the radio, the smell of cinnamon laced pine cones and ginger bread at the grocery store, and before you know it, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…”
You fight the urge to get out christmas decorations before Thanksgiving…even though your kids and/or grandkids “encourage” you to do it earlier.
After all, expressing gratitude should always come first (of course).
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s finally time…
You’re ready to decorate your home worthy to be featured on HGTV.
NOW BEFORE you turn on White Christmas and start dancing, I’d like to share this with you…
Much of the decorating we do is at shoulder height or above. When it’s above shoulder height, we look upwards, resting the back of our heads on our neck. Doing this for too long will inevitably cause a headache.
So to avoid getting a headache do these two things:
- Drink more water. When the weather cools down we don’t drink as much water as we should. Getting dehydrated will lead to a headache.
- Regularly take breaks and do a chin tuck exercise:
I know the “chin tuck” exercise is not very flattering…
Yet if you do these two things during your holiday decorating and you’ll have more fun than riding in a one-horse open sleigh!
AND if you need more tips like this you can get my free report on 7 Ways To End Neck Pain and Headaches.
Dedicated to helping you be at your best during the holidays,
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