holiday stressAre you the Grinch or Buddy the Elf when it comes to the holidays?

This time of year can be a blessing or a curse, depending on one’s outlook. While the gifts may be plenty, so are the headaches. From finances, travel, weather, sickness, family, and SAD, it’s no wonder why so many people would rather say “Bah Humbug!” to it all. And 2020 is adding another level of stress to everything, including cancelling holidays all together.

But what if there was a better way? Maybe not to remove ALL the stress in your life, but to make it easier on you to deal with. Stress is abundant in many forms–physical, chemical and emotional. And sometimes just the anticipation of stress is enough to cause stress! There are effective ways to empty your bucket so that it is not constantly about to spill over.

Don’t be a Scrooge this holiday season. Learn ways to help your body deal with stressors that are more prevalent this time of year. Find healthy alternatives to manage stress, and ways to heal.

Do you dread the holidays every year because of all the stress it brings? What if you could find ways to help you reduce your stress load, and allow your body to handle it more efficiently?

Join Dr. Brenda Trudell, DC, CACCP, to learn proven and effective ways to reduce your stress load, and allow your body and mind to adapt to stressors so that they no longer control you. We are even offering this as a webinar so you don’t have the added stress of putting on pants and leaving your house! :)

Monday, November 23rd at 12:00 PM. Join us on our New Beginnings Chiropractic Facebook page for a live webinar.

Turn things around so you can enjoy the holidays once again.

About the Author

Dr. Brenda Trudell is a chiropractor and owner of New Beginnings Chiropractic in Mount Horeb, WI. The clinic focuses on natural health, especially for women, pregnancy and children through chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, fitness, nutrition, essential oils, and more. As a female chiropractor, she understands the special circumstances surrounding women's health. Men and women are not created equal, and it is important to acknowledge that in the healthcare world. She strives to find the most current healthcare information to help all of her patients.

Dr. Trudell is available to present to groups on many different topics. Please contact the office for details or with any questions. Dr. Trudell is certified in the Webster Technique. For more information, visit or email at