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A recent survey of 1,000 Brits carried out by travel website, momondo, found over half of all questioned experienced ’the holiday blues’, when returning from their travels.

In fact, more women admitted to feeling down than men, with 61% of women and 51% of men feeling sad, in low spirits or depressed, after returning from a holiday.

Conversely 62% of Brits admitted to feeling happier and more positive when taking time off to travel. Additionally, momondo found that for 30% of Brits, a holiday has a positive effect on their relationship with their partner. And 20% of Brits stated a holiday has a positive effect on their children.

However it seems happiness on holiday is dependent for many on their travel companions. For 22% of those surveyed by momondo, their people they are travelling with must be happy, for them to have a good holiday themselves.

The travel website found the return to everyday life after a holiday was often made easier for Brits, by fantasising about the next trip. Interestingly, 26% of women and 21% of men dream about being back on holiday after a trip. And 28% of women and 20% of men beat the holiday blues by dreaming about the next holiday they would like to take, according to momondo’s survey.



Holiday blues affect over half of all Brits
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