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It’s a “thing” – it’s called “Relaxation-induced anxiety.” The University of Cincinnati says it’s real and it’s pretty common. That’s because we live our lives at such a frantic pace, trying to sit still on vacation can feel unnatural. If that’s you, don’t plan massages and lazy beach days – plan some activities. Swim laps, try surfing, go for an excursion. You’ll get the endorphin fix you crave.