The Christmas tree is a tradition synonymous with Christmas celebrations. Christmas is the day that Christians around the world have been waiting for.
Decorations in the form of Christmas trees are often found at the end of the year when Christians are preparing for Christmas celebrations. Many Christmas accessories can be placed on the streets and shopping centers.
The Christmas tree is usually called spruce or pine. Remember that various ornaments are attached to the fir tree to make the fir tree look more beautiful.
Over time, however, Christmas trees can be made from any material, including plastic. For some people, building a Christmas tree can be a fun activity.
Besides the fact that building a Christmas tree has many health benefits, especially with regard to mental health.
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Pros of Installing a Christmas Tree
What many people may not know is that putting up a Christmas tree long before Christmas can actually increase good luck.
This is because these activities create a sense of nostalgia which can reduce excessive stress and anxiety after a busy year.
Psychotherapist and author of “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do” Amy Morin also expressed a similar condition. According to Morin, participating in Christmas celebrations, by putting up trees and various other features, can connect a person with the past.
It’s easier for them to understand their identity. Besides preparing for Christmas, it can teach someone to love life and be grateful for all the blessings received throughout the year.
A happy psychological state ultimately affects one’s health, for example by reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease and stroke.
The role of the Christmas tree is not only to decorate the house, but also to express gratitude for God’s love throughout the year. Synonymous with evergreen trees, this tree blooms in winter. Its leaves that remain green throughout the season were chosen as a symbol of God’s love. Aside from being a decoration, here are some other benefits of installing a Christmas tree at home:
Gives a happy feel
Putting up a Christmas tree at home creates a sense of joy. These ornaments often bring back fond memories of Christmas for someone, whether a child or an adult. The mission of the Christmas tree to bring happiness is supported by the opinion of a psychiatrist named Steve Mc Keown. He explained, Christmas decorations often remind us of year-end holidays and trigger the release of happy hormones.
Relieves coughs and treats bronchitis
In fact, inhaling the scent of pine trees can relieve coughs, sinuses, and bronchitis. No doubt some people often use honey-scented air freshener. Well, for those of you who are looking to introduce evergreen trees into your Christmas decorations, you are in the right place.
Gives peace of mind
The smell of pine trees not only soothes coughs, but can also reduce feelings of stress. No wonder some people believe that another function of the Christmas tree is to relieve stress. For moms and dads who are stressed or have a lot on their mind, sitting looking at the Christmas tree can be an effective way to calm down.