How to improve your health at work? 8 tips

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Louise Barnett
Louise Barnett
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Eight hours in a chair in front of a computer, five days a week can have a very negative effect on your body. Today we present 8 tips to keep you healthy at work.

1 Snacks

The snacks your co-workers serve you, if you’re not careful, can add several hundred calories to your daily diet. If you eat them every day it will certainly affect your weight and health.

2 – Adequate amount of water

Drinking adequate amounts of water – eight to ten glasses a day – can help you stay hydrated. Many foods are also good sources of water. Fruits such as oranges, grapefruit, grapes, watermelon and apples can help keep you healthy and hydrated.

3 Exercise and stay active

One of the most important things you can do during the day to stay healthy and in shape is to exercise. Do some exercises, bends, etc. during your break.

4 Eat healthy and in reasonable portions

Eating a healthy lunch is an important part of a balanced diet. But eating reasonable portions is an important part of your health.

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Maintaining proper posture while working is very important.

5 Maintain proper posture while working

According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, when the neck and upper shoulders are held in a fixed, awkward position for long periods of time, Neck Tension Syndrome (TNS) can occur. It can occur in people in the workplace who talk on the phone or do a lot of typing for most of the day.

Another problem that can be encountered in front of a computer is eye fatigue. According to the University of California, Davis, it can cause headaches, difficulty concentrating and increased sensitivity to light.

6. go on vacation or relax on the weekend

Vacations are an important part of staying healthy at work. Go to the lake or mountains for the weekend and forget about the busyness of your workplace.

7 Work less but more efficiently

Another way to stay healthy at work is to avoid long work days. Try to work shorter but more efficiently

8. disinfect your keyboard, mouse and phone

Your keyboard, mouse and phone can harbor thousands of germs just waiting to enter your body. Start using a disinfectant.

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