How to stay physically & mentally healthy this winter

January 15, 2024
Gift yourself some quality “you” time to intentionally prioritize whatever wellness activities your mind and body needs.

The winter season can be a difficult time for everyone. While there are many festive days, and activities to enjoy and look forward to, the winter season can also bring stress from holiday planning, family gatherings, financial worries, the gloomy weather and shorter days. These added stressors may impact your mental health, physical health, and overall well-being. 

To combat this, Interior Health's Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) team has created 10 healthy habits to consider during the winter season.
 

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