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Colder days and darker nights don’t have to mean low mood, coughs and festive stress. Try switching up your attitude, spend time in nature and welcome in some seasonal sparkle

Do you struggle with the plummeting temperatures and lack of daylight? Perhaps you associate winter with feeling tired, low and fighting off bugs. For many, even Christmas, supposedly a time of celebration, can be difficult. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Take heed from our Scandi cousins who, with much tougher winters than us, have got the season well and truly sorted. In fact, the Danish tradition of hygge and its lesser-known Swedish equivalent mys, are both closely focused on embracing winter and looking at the positives you can take from it, including cosying up indoors with friends and family, and maximising your physical and emotional wellbeing. It’s just a question of getting prepared – and changing your mindset.

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Keep a cool head with our calm Christmas issue! Inside, you’ll find expert-approved tips on surviving the stresses of the festive period and morning after hacks to treat both a booze and beauty hangover. We investigate the power of winter workouts, discover how you can reclaim your sex drive, and TV Chef Gizzi Erskine tells us why it’s OK not to feel body positive all the time. Plus, our veggie festive food special is crammed with all you need to eat, drink and still be merry come the Big Day. Find all this and more in the brand new issue of Healthy!