Healthy Wedding Day Tips from Health Briefs

Weddings can be stressful days for everyone attending. Health Briefs shares healthy wedding day tips for the bride, groom, attendants and guests in an upcoming segment.

Coral Springs, FL, June 22, 2014 --( Wedding days can be long and stressful for everyone attending. The Health Briefs show takes time to share some tips for making it through one of life’s major events.

It is a good idea to eat before the wedding starts to avoid feeling faint later during the ceremony. Stick with light food such as fresh fruit, hummus on vegetables or have some cheese to get some energizing protein into the body. Stay hydrated throughout the day and evening by drinking plenty of water. If the wedding is outdoors, allow guests to come in to a cooler room to escape from heat and humidity. Be sure to get plenty of rest since the wedding day activities can be tiring. Keep stress at bay by taking time to relax. Let the smaller foibles go by the wayside. Focus on the person you love and not so much on the smaller things. Guests should dress appropriately for the day’s weather forecast. And remind caterers to bring plenty of bottled water for everyone. These tips and more will air on an upcoming segment of the foremost health and medical cable television program.

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