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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 daysplan some activities. Swim laps, try surfing, go for an excursion. You’ll get the endorphin fix you crave.