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25 Ways to Fight Holiday Stress

Do you get stressed-out around the holidays? These 25 expert tips will help you relax and actually enjoy the holidays.
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Caffeine on an empty stomach can cause blood sugar levels to spike, which can cause attention problems and irritability.

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