It's easy to stay in bed and watch Netflix, eat your favorite midnight snack, or sit in your 9-5 office desk without getting the appropriate amount of exercise. Did you know that less than 5 percent of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity every day?
Implement a workout session in your organization, such as a free cycling session every month or a discount to a yoga class.
It’s even better if you can make this physical activity a communal effort to motivate everyone to take part in strengthening their health. Workout sessions will release these happy chemicals and create a stronger bond among coworkers and make the everyday work atmosphere fun and exciting.
Take steps to improve your mental health when you work from home and you'll shrug off the anxiety, depression, and loneliness many remote workers face. [ Work From Home; Stay Happy] Have you noticed a change in your mental health now that you work from home?
There's no shortage of science suggesting that exercise is good for your mental as well as your physical health - and yet for many of us, incorporating exercise into our daily routines remains a struggle. A new study, published in the journal Neuropsychologia, asks why.