With a new day comes strength and new thoughts. So, always keep smiling and stay positive about life. Because you never know when a miracle could happen to you. Get your mind right, shape your today, and roll with it. Let us together celebrate National Stress Awareness Day and National Candy Day today with enthusiasm and sweetness.
Let us read about the significant days that are observed today on November 4.
National Stress Awareness Day
It is very well said that stress can be a real killer, both in the workplace and in our daily lives. Stress serves as an essential purpose in human biology. Still, our modern lives have brought about a surplus of cases that haunt us from day to day. However, when we face a challenge or a threat to our well-being, the body experiences stress.
Today, we celebrate Stress Awareness Day, which is your opportunity to start looking after yourself and break down your life’s stressors. Failure to deal with stress in your life can often lead to serious health problems, including susceptibility to heart disease, increased blood pressure, and a decline in your immune system.
However, once you start experiencing these symptoms, they will result in growing sickness, and by extension, more stress. It is truly a self-feeding problem and a cycle that is important to control to be satisfied and happy in our lives.
Stress Awareness Day was given by the International Stress Management Association (ISMA) to help provide information on stress and ways on how to address it for everyone.
The organization’s main focus is on helping employers and employees help each other by providing comprehensive guides to establish a program within their organization. Also, it is focused that individuals look after their health and well-being daily.
How to celebrate?
Stress Awareness Day is an opportunity to remove the stress from your life for the day. Take the time to understand your life, find out where all the stressors lie, and start taking steps to eradicate them or find ways to mitigate them.
You can celebrate today by taking the time to take a day off and let yourself have a day of freedom. If it is sickness, do something to help you focus on something other than that sickness. Stress can be a killer, so never let it take one more day from your precious life, act now, and start living a stress-free and confident life.
National Candy Day
Candies have a long history of attracting everyone with their bright colors and delightful flavors. They also come in various fun sizes and shapes, which make them more attractive. We hope your sweet tooth is all set because November 4 is National Candy Day.
These sweet and sour treats have been everyone’s favorite snack since childhood. Whether they are chewy, fruit-flavored, or a “melt in your mouth not in your hand” sort of treat, candy has been a compatible source of happiness. There are thousands of different types of candy, all with their own unique flavors, tastes, and histories.
In the early 13th century, The Egyptians, Arabs, and the Chinese used honey to make candied fruits that continue to be in demand today, including candied ginger and honeyed dates. It also helped with the preservation and ability to store fruits as they traveled. After the Spaniards discovered cocoa, which had been used in South America as an unsweetened drink by the Aztec and Mayans since the late 15th century, they began importing it to Europe, where it quickly became popular. Until 1847, the first chocolate bar was made, which is now one of the world’s favorite candies.
The shipping of sugar and cocoa was a big industry during this time. Candy shops and industries sprang up around the idea of making new and better candy. The competition for finding new ways to make the best candy continues, with companies fiercely guarding their confectionary secrets.
How to Celebrate?
A sweet way to celebrate candy day can be to plan some fun time trying to make candy with your family. However, you can celebrate by visiting a local store and pick up an assortment of new and familiar candies to liven up your day. You can also for creating your own candy for a change. This may seem to be a hard task, but there are many great recipes online that make it as easy as possible. A final suggestion that we have for Candy Day is to buy some candy for someone you love and convey a sweet gesture to them.
Reference Source: daysoftheyear.com