FSAstore.com is perfect for Dad
Father’s Day arrives on Sunday, June 15, 2014.
With a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), you can pick up a huge variety of products to help explore a new interest, jump into a new activity or increase enjoyment of a certain hobby.
Some ideas to help you get started:
Improve physical fitness
It’s no accident that National Men’s Health Week takes place from June 9-15 and concludes on Father’s Day, a time when health and wellness is bound to come up around the dinner table. Even if you're not the gym-going type, there are countless ways you can boost your activity level. Start off by indulging an outdoor side, such as swimming, hiking, camping, bicycling and other activities.
· There are many FSA eligible products like sunscreen, cushioned insoles, knee and ankle braces and much more that can help you jump into any outdoor pursuit and hit the ground running.
Manage stress through relaxation methods
Stress can be a great inhibitor of health and wellness. If you have a tough time managing it, try stress relief methods like yoga, meditation, and even a new emphasis on proper diet and exercise.
· Sleep also has a major impact on stress levels, but an FSA can cover a wide variety of FSA eligible sleep aids, heat therapy masks and many other products that can play a vital role in the de-stressing process.
Fight off seasonal allergies
If allergies are putting a damper on your plans to join a local sports league, attend local fairs and exhibitions and other seasonal activities with loved ones, an FSA can cover a huge range of cold and allergy products that are compatible with his tax-free funds.
- Everything from eye drops to antihistamines to nasal sprays is covered, which can help alleviate allergic symptoms and allow you to enjoy the outdoors in comfort this season. Note: OTC products that contain medicine are also FSA eligible, but just require a prescription to get reimbursed.
FSAstore.com’s extensive selection of products could give you the confidence to try new things and bounce back when the going gets tough. As a result, you’ll be well on your way toward improved health and well-being this summer.