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25 Days of Self-Care To Treat Yourself During The Holidays

Self-care is often overlooked. Especially this year, as stress and uncertainty has taken over a majority of our lives. Nonetheless, the concept of self-care is extremely important, as it helps encourage maintaining a healthy relationship with yourself and others.  With the holidays coming up, stress seems to consume us even more due to the pressures that accompany the holiday season — travel plans, hosting relatives and finding the perfect gifts for all your friends and family. So this year, gift yourself by filling your December calendar with some holiday self-care ! Below is a list of self-care ideas to get you started so you can nourish yourself for the holidays. Write Yourself a Love Letter An important aspect of self-care is being kind to yourself and practicing self-love, so start by writing yourself a thoughtful love letter. Write down things you love and admire about yourself, no matter how big or small they might be. If you are in need of a place to begin, check out this prin

How to Save Money on Healthcare Expenses

Despite the growing disparities in income per capita and healthcare expenses, healthcare remains a vital interest to most American citizens. This is why it's necessary to use means that allow you to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses while retaining good value for your money. Here are a few ways to keep your healthcare spending in check so you can balance your family budget.

Lead a Healthy Lifestyle

If you really want to spend less on hospital bills, then the place to begin is maintaining good health habits at home. Good health habits are cost-effective and in some cases, absolutely free. This has nothing to do with your income or age. All you need to do is to get started. The first thing you need to do is practice eating healthy. Avoid eating foods that make you feel sick or cause stomach pain. In addition, you'll want to stay hydrated. The average person should be drinking at least 64 oz. of water daily to maintain proper hydration. Getting enough sleep each night can help you avoid accidents and injuries related to exhaustion, as well.

Stay Fit

You can't very well lead a healthy life and prevent unnecessary medical treatment without proper exercise. More often people visit the doctor out of a medical emergency and not habitual examination. If that is your bracket, exercising could help you save a great deal by just maintaining your body fitness. And the truth is that you don't always need a gym for that. Cultivating a fitness routine that works with your body and schedule can help you build up strength, endurance, and may even help boost your immune system.

Maintain Your Current Medical Equipment

If you're one of the 37.5 million adults who experience hearing issues, you might not be able to afford a visit to your audiologist for replacement hearing aids as often as you'd like. That's why maintaining your current medical equipment is so important. Taking good care of equipment like hearing aids, canes, catheters, and more is essential to reducing your healthcare expenses in the long run. If you're unsure how best to care for the medical equipment that you use, don't hesitate to reach out to your doctor with questions.

Look for Alternative Treatment Options

When it comes to health issues like orthodontics, traditional treatment may seem like the only way to go. But when almost 20% of the population doesn't have an ideal bite, there are plenty of treatments available that may be more cost-friendly for you. For instance, using Invisalign instead of traditional metal braces for orthodontic treatment could end up saving you money. You may have to change Invisalign retainers every two weeks, which makes this treatment option slightly higher-maintenance, but the cost benefits typically outweigh the time spent on treatment maintenance.

When you want to save money on healthcare expenses, it's important to pull from a variety of sources. Maintaining healthy habits and doing your research in regard to which treatments you pursue can make a big difference in the long run.

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