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CBD for Holiday Stress: Stay Merry & Bright This Season


The holidays are almost here! Whether you’re hosting the family festivities or traveling by plane, train, or automobile to visit loved ones, you’re going to be very busy—decorating, shopping, cooking, baking, wrapping, and packing, while parenting. It’s the most wonderful time of the year...and the most stressful.


So many responsibilities, so little time.


For some moms, the pressure to have a perfect holiday is overwhelming...and unrealistic. In pursuit of perfection (food, decorations, gifts), they often forget to exercise, eat healthy, and get a good night’s sleep, which can lead to debilitating stress and sickness.


If you don’t prioritize your health, you’re Scrooged!


Taking care of your mental health is one of the greatest gifts you can give your family during the stressful season, so ditch your perfect plans. Besides, flaws are way more fun and make the best holiday memories. So, you do YOU (not Martha Stewart), and don’t stress about the rest.


A happy mom = a happy home = a happy holiday.


CBD helps you stay merry and bright for your family...

Cannabidiol interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) to promote homeostasis, or balance, throughout the body and mind. The phytocannabinoids in CBD help the ECS run more smoothly, alleviating muscle aches and pains, calming racing thoughts, and promoting restful sleep.


A daily regimen of CannActive Life CBD products helps you remain pain-free, stress-free, and well-rested—a trifecta of restorative healing that reduces holiday stress.


Remember, you can’t overdose on CBD. Regardless of the delivery method—oils, softgels, gummies, tinctures, rubs, roll-ons, creams, or powders—consistent use of cannabidiol builds up the healing benefits, so use it in the AM and PM every...single...day.


CBD for Athletic Recovery

Exercise is a MUST to maintain a healthy body and mind during the stressful holiday season. A good, sweaty workout boosts feel-good endorphins and energy, which reduces stress and improves your mood and productivity. Plus, exercise gives you a healthy holiday glow.


CBD speeds up athletic recovery, so you can continue daily workouts without lingering muscle and joint soreness that sidelines your holiday goals.


Here’s how to stay healthy and stress-free this season:

  • Exercise.

  • Apply CBD cream, roll-on, or rub to achy muscles and joints, pre and post-workout, for quick, localized relief.

  • Take CBD oils, tinctures, softgels, and gummies for pain maintenance.

  • Repeat daily.

CBD for Improved Immunity

Tis the season to get sick. With the hustle and bustle comes crowds of coughing, sneezing shoppers, spreading more than holiday cheer. Unfortunately, the most wonderful time of the year is also cold and flu season.


CBD is your best defense against viruses since it reduces inflammation and increases white blood cell production, which strengthens your body’s immunity to fight off nasty cold and flu bugs.

CBD also alleviates stress, which is linked to a decline in immunity. A daily regimen of cannabidiol calms the body and mind, helping you avoid a mental meltdown during stressful holiday situations such as traveling, shopping, and hosting.


CBD for a Good Night’s Sleep


Sleep is essential for optimal mental and physical health. A good night’s sleep (seven hours or more) repairs the body, regulates mood, and improves concentration.


CBD promotes deeper sleep by relieving achy muscles and calming racing thoughts that keep you tossing and turning all night. You’ll need plenty of ZZZs to power through the holiday season. Cannabidiol stops your mind from stressing about decorating, shopping, cooking, baking, wrapping, and packing, so you can get a good night’s sleep.


In short, CBD helps you stay active, relaxed, and well-rested. Add it to the top of your shopping list and have a happy, stress-free, holiday season.


Conclusion


A daily regimen of CBD relieves muscle aches and pains, calms racing thoughts, and promotes deeper sleep, which alleviates holiday stress.


“The holidays are a time for giving—so give yourself the time and energy to care for yourself.”

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