We all want to feel good, but sometimes living a healthy life can get a bit overwhelming. After all, we don’t always have time and energy for hours at the gym and putting together elaborate meals. Thankfully, good health can actually be quite simple with a few smart strategies.
Category: “Workplace Wellness”
Having a desk job can come with a high amount of stress that can wreck havoc in your body. Use this post as a guide to help you learn some simple self-care practices to combat stress and promote inner peace in the midst of your busy workday.
Most people are required to sit in front of their computers to perform highly engaging tasks. Brain is active, but body is not. The human body is designed to move, not to be still. Sitting still causes muscles to get “cold” and have little blood circulation. Lack of circulation means lack of oxygenated blood to your muscles, causing them to contract. This results in tension, discomfort, and pain. Incorrect posture and body mechanics also lead to aggravation of nerves and muscle tension.
Can’t people just go get a massage somewhere else, like a spa, where they can fully relax and not have to go back to work?
The duration of chair massage is so short – would it even make a dent in my stress level?
In this blog, I will address not only why is it important for the workplace to invest in wellness services, but why is it precisely in the workplace that they must be offered.