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Five Ways Christmas Affects your Brain

ChristmasA new study has concluded that people are happier the earlier they put up their seasonal decorations for Christmas. Credit: Greek Reporter

The Christmas season is an intense time of year. Neuroscience can shed some light on what it does to our brains.

By Kira Shaw

Christmas is a time of year like no other; gifts are exchanged, little-spoken-to relatives are contacted, and appetising treats are consumed with great gusto. Christmas can be both a time of stress and a time of relaxation. But whether you love or hate Christmas it’s pretty difficult to avoid – and so your brain may be altered by the experience one way or another. Here are some of the main facets of the Christmas experience, and how they might affect your brain.

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