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Not drinking enough water💧

Not drinking enough water💧

  • In general, 4 to 6 cups of water is appropriate for a healthy adult.
  • A few of the most common warning signs of dehydration include weakness, low blood pressure, dizziness, confusion, or unusually dark urine.
  • How much water any given individual needs in one day is not an exact science, but many people may be surprised to find they’re in a constant state of dehydration.

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Sitting for long periods of time 🧟

Sitting for long periods of time 🧟

  • Most employees who work in an office environment or at a desk spend on average a whopping 10 hours per day sitting down
  • Negatives effects of sitting too long can have on the body and the mind, including organ damage, muscle degeneration, decreased mental ability, back problems, and poor circulation.
  • Setting daily calendar alerts for yourself to stand up, stretch, or take a walk can be a great way to remind yourself to move, especially if keep forgetting to move around regularly.

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Eating junk food 🎂🍕🍔

Eating junk food 🎂🍕🍔

  • Trying to maintain a healthy diet can be one of the most difficult health-related efforts to keep up in the workplace.
  • It may take a little more planning and effort on your part each week, but packing your own lunch every day or supplying your own healthy snacks so that you can avoid the morning donut pile or the afternoon vending machine run will go a long way to keeping you healthy.

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Poor posture 😢

Poor posture 😢

  • To avoid poor posture while seated, it's recommended to “sit up straight and align the ears, shoulders, and hips in one vertical line.” Sitting in well-designed chairs or exercise balls can help significantly with posture.
  • It's also recommend to avoid crossed legs, leaning to one side, hunching your shoulders, or tilting your head while sitting.
  • And, of course, regular movement – even short walks around your office – can help to maintain good posture by helping you to change positions frequently.

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Not going outside

Not going outside

  • prolonged periods of time indoors can, over time, have negative cumulative health effects, such as decreased vitamin D levels, poor sleep, higher stress, or even depression.
  • Even if it’s just once a day for a few minutes, prioritize “outside” time and make it a part of your workplace routine.

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