People excited for Christmas

People excited for Christmas

Kensley V

People are getting excited for Christmas and Christmas break just from the decorations, music, and the weather. Christmas decorations stir up feelings of pure joy and can literally modify some happy hormones in your body. “It creates that neurological shift that can produce happiness,” said psychologist Deborah Serani. “Christmas decorating will spike dopamine, a feel-good hormone.”

You know it’s almost Christmas time when you start to hear that holiday music and those bright Christmas lights. The holiday tunes are fine, but experts say listening to too much Christmas music or hearing it too early can cause anxiety and depression. … “Christmas music is likely to irritate people if it’s played too loudly and too early,” Blair said. “It might make us feel that we’re trapped.

Most studies show that kids’ behavior in school gets worse around the holidays because they are just waiting for the break. When people begin decorating the tree, everyone gets the happy feeling inside them, but if you start listening, watching, and decorating too early, then you may not feel that Christmas feeling. There are many different kinds of Christmas classic movies that people watch around the holidays.