Expat insurance customers may wish to begin considering how to avoid gaining weight or becoming unhealthy over the holiday season.
Spokeswoman for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and chartered physiotherapist Sammy Margo claimed people ought to begin working out before Christmas, rather than "after the damage is done".
Walking, swimming or cycling are "great cardiovascular activities that don't overload your joints", she explained.
The expert recommended starting New Year's resolutions early, so if someone wishes to exercise more, they should begin now rather than in January.
Furthermore, shopping online can encourage wellbeing when compared with visiting high streets by reducing stress and enabling individuals to find bargains, Ms Margo remarked.
Buying products at the last possible minute can make people more anxious, she noted, pointing out ideal gifts may no longer be available and so an individual may have to spend and carry more than they wanted to.
Instead, men and women may like to buy Christmas presents "in a relaxed state", with a glass of wine or cup of tea in front of a computer, author and founder of thesiteguide.com Patricia Davidson recently asserted.
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