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Scientific Facts That Support Taking Breaks at Work

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The optimal stress level for people to reach peak productivity is when they’re under some stress but not overloaded. 

If stress levels are entering the red-zone, taking breaks has been found to be an incredible regulator in maintaining, or reducing, s...

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When you stop fully concentrating on one thing and take a break from the problematic task, your subconscious mind is still working away in the background finding a solution.

Higher levels of stress often correlate with overthinking a particular subject, so if you want to make concrete lo...

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Human beings are naturally emotional and must stay self-critical in order to feel a full range of emotions to be healthy and productive.

To stay emotionally well, it has been found that pre-emptively taking breaks before they are needed can be an effective method to strike the...

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Physically, after strenuous exercise, our bodies need ample rest and balanced nutrition for our muscles to recover and grow stronger and bigger. 

After hours of intense concentration on a particular subject, puzzle or problem, we need to give our “focus muscles” enough time to rest and re-...

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