“If you’re not getting six to eight hours sleep each night, you may experience a lack of concentration and fatigue at work,” says Angela. “Use an activity tracker to monitor your sleeping patterns.”
“Try group fitness with colleagues to not only boost your mood, but to also help build better teamwork within the workplace,” suggests Angela. “You can even share your progress with each other by setting up a group within the Fitbit app. Some healthy competition goes a long way!”
“Standing desks are growing in demand and trending in many large corporations including Google, partly due to the health implications of sitting all day,” says Angela. “Speak to your boss about getting a standing desk if you’re concerned.”
“The workplace is full of everyday exercise opportunities,” says Angela. “Take the stairs, put your hand up to do the coffee run, stretch while you’re waiting at the printer and get up and grab a glass of water every hour. Keep count of energy burned and duration of activity with an activity tracker.”
“Alarms aren’t only for waking up in the morning; you can use them as reminders to get up and move,” says Angela. “Set regular notifications to stand up and stretch, go for a short walk or shift eye focus from the computer screen regularly.”
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