Did you know a trip to the Disney parks is actually good for your health? While there may not be any scientific studies on the subject, Disney vacations improve your mood, bring people together, and help create magical memories that have positive long-term effects. No matter what ails you, treatment at a Disney park will help.
10. Post Exam/Graduation Stress
Did you just finish cramming for a big test or graduate from school? Chances are you’re stressed out. After focusing so much on remembering all these details you’ll be tested on or making sure you finished all your requirements by a certain deadline, you can be tense, grumpy, and in need of some time to kick back and relax. A Disney parks visit will take away that stress and give you something fun to focus on instead. You deserve it!
9. Snow Sick
If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow, you can get tired of it pretty quickly. Sure, it looks pretty in the beginning of the season, but when it gets in the way of your commute or gets to the point where it can be damaging to your home, enough is enough. The only snow you’ll find at Disney parks is magic snow that appears only during special times of the year. There’s no accumulation, no need to shovel, and no need to deal with below freezing weather. You may find you’ll get a bit of a tan, though.
8. Reality Is Too Real
With everything going on in the world, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out how to deal with it all. You have your own sets of responsibilities (bills, mortgages or rent, etc) plus the other people you’re responsible for, plus what’s going on around you. Sometimes it gets to be too much. A trip to Disney parks lets you recharge your batteries so you can take on whatever the world throws your way.
7. Workplace Blues
Sometimes our jobs can get the best of us. Even being in a job we enjoy can be stressful during a busy season or after a bad interaction with a client or co-worker. Instead of going through the same routine five days a week, change it up with a treat to a Disney park and take the time to let someone cater to your needs once in a while. Sleep in, ride a few attractions, and enjoy the famous customer service experiences Disney is known for.
6. Post Break-Up Depression
Falling in love is wonderful. Breaking up is rough. Whether it was your choice to end the relationship or it came unexpectedly, it can be lonely and depressing dealing with a relationship ending. The best cure is to visit the Disney parks, meet a few princes, and get tips from the princesses themselves on how to find your true love. Of course, who says you can’t enjoy being single for a while? After all, there are a few attractions that have a singles line all for you. Enjoy a shorter wait and forget what’s-their-name.
5. Lack of Laughs
If you find yourself taking life too seriously, you are in need of a Disney treatment. No matter how rough things are in your life, you should take some time to relax and just have a laugh. No place is better for inducing laughs than Disney. From the characters to the entertainment to the Cast Members, you’re sure to have some laugh out loud moments that will help put a smile on your face long after your trip has ended.
4. Unused Vacation Days
No matter what’s going on in your life, if you find you have unused vacation days and may be losing them soon, you need a Disney parks treatment right away. Don’t let those hard earned hours go to waste and enjoy a vacation while getting paid for it at the same time.
3. Never Been To Disney
As a Disney expert it’s your responsibility to see that those you care about have reaped the benefits of a Disney parks experience. Upon discovering a friend or family member has never been to a Disney park before, it is your responsibility to take them at once and show them how it’s done. Help them to avoid rookie mistakes and ensure they become true Disney Fanatics.
2. Lack of Family Time
Your family may live under one roof or be spread out, but if you haven’t had a chance to get together in a while, a Disney vacation is in order. Disney helps family groups of all sizes, including family reunions, to plan the best trip possible. Spending time with family is very important, and is actually one of the things that inspired Walt Disney to create the parks in the first place.
1. Disney Addiction
If you’re a Disney addict, there’s no cure. You can either make the trip to Disney as often as you can or surround yourself with movies, music, and memorabilia in between trips. Once you’re hooked into Disney, there’s no getting out of it. You’re in it for life.
For a second opinion, consult your local travel agent and ask for a subscription to the Disney park of your choice.
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