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Overcome Festive Season Stress

The end of the year is here, but despite the holiday season you’re often left juggling more tasks than ever.

According to Mokete Sekhesa, Brand Manager for the Energy Supplement brand Turbovite®, the end of the year is a stressful time as it is usually associated with exams, work deadlines, holiday planning and festive season shopping.

Take care of yourself

“If you are the glue that holds everything together at this time of the year, you need to make sure, more than ever, that you are also well taken care of.” Sekhesa offers five tips on how to keep yourself grounded this silly season:

Find time to be by yourself.

Getting away, even for 30 minutes, can make all the difference between losing it completely and thinking clearly. Soak in a hot bath or simply read a magazine; this can give you a different perspective when you return to your tasks.


Tackle the important tasks first – don’t put them off until later. This will only create more stress.

Give yourself a boost.

Taking an energy supplement when energy levels are low can give you a boost. Turbovite® Excel contains active ingredients that can provide physical energy, antioxidant support, increased mental concentration and improved mental performance and stamina – everything you need to get through a stressful time.

Look after yourself.

If you’re not looking after yourself then you are at a disadvantage. Exercising and eating correctly is a sure way to help you cope with this stressful time.

Don’t over-do it.

Don’t be afraid to say “no” to demands that will increase your stress levels and put more pressure on you.

For more information on Turbovite® go to www.turbovite.co.za

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