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5 Healthy Habits You Should Bring to Work - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

5 Healthy Habits You Should Bring to Work

 With the number of hours often spent at work, you will want to ensure you go out of your way to focus on maintaining healthy habits while on the clock. Besides helping you feel better on a regular basis, placing an emphasis on your health will improve your focus and concentration, keep your attitude positive and help you stave away illness. Take a glance at the tips listed below to give your work life a healthy boost.
Maintain Good Posture
Take into account how you sit while you’re working at your desk and driving to and from work. You will want to make sure you have good posture to help avoid back pain, fatigue and other symptoms associated with overall poor personal alignment. When it comes to techniques for how to stop slouching, see if you are able to invest in tools that will encourage and remind you to keep proper posture. A different chair or cushion on your work chair may remind you to sit up straight when working at your desk for long hours. Adjust your car seat so that it will be easier for you to sit properly while driving your vehicle. In addition to giving your personal health a boost, maintaining a good posture while seated and walking about will help you appear more confident.
Hydrate Frequently
One of the best things you can do for your body is to go out of your way to stay hydrated. Be mindful of your caffeine intake as it can contribute to dehydration over time. If you work first thing in the morning, make sure you drink at least two 8-ounce glasses of water before heading to work. If you start work later in the day, make an effort to get yourself fully hydrated before you have to leave to start your shift. Keep a reusable water bottle at your desk to encourage you to continue drinking water throughout the day. By keeping yourself hydrated, you will improve your skin quality, give your focus and concentration abilities a boost, avoid excessive hunger and help your overall health. Make water an important part of your everyday life, especially when it comes to work.
Take Frequent Breaks
Give your brain plenty of opportunities to rest when working on difficult tasks. Take brief mental breaks to help reorient your concentration when tackling lengthy projects. If you are struggling with a complex issue, considering taking a break from that task and handling another to give yourself time to reassess. By taking intermittent breaks to give your mind a rest, you will be able to keep going for longer while maintaining stronger levels of focus.
Incorporate Small Exercises
See if you can find a way to implement small exercises into your daily routine. If you spend plenty of hours at your desk, there are many mini desk exercises you can do that will help keep your mind sharp and your limbs at ease. You may also be able to do walks around your office during breaks or, if you have an adequate amount of time, take advantage of a nearby gym during extra time on your lunch hour. If you’re short on time while on the clock, see if you can take the stairs instead of the elevator on a daily basis. By engaging in regular exercise, you can help keep your body in shape which will contribute to better overall fitness, boosted energy and higher concentration levels, improving your ability to get things done at work.
Maintain a Healthy Diet
Avoid those tempting snacks in the vending machine and aim for healthier foods and snacks instead. Snacks such as trail mix, fruit, healthy beef jerky and granola are good for you and tasty. When it comes to lunch, go out of your way to meal prep balanced and nutritious meals in advance.
By switching up your daily routines and giving your regular habits a boost, you can help keep yourself feeling good and healthy even while on the clock.

Publish Date: December 24, 2019 6:27 PM

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