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Monthly Archives: March 2020

  1. How to Fix Bad Posture: Tips You Can Apply At Home

    How to Fix Bad Posture: Tips You Can Apply At Home

    Our home is where we give most of our time to rest and feel relaxed. This is also a place where we enjoy doing our daily chores such as cooking, doing the laundry, fixing the sink, tending the garden, and cleaning the house. For some people, it is also a place where they perform their jobs as they choose to work from home. With all the many activities that we perform at home, it becomes unavoidable sometimes to experience pain due to improper posture. How to fix bad posture can sometimes be difficult, especially if you are still not aware of what are the proper ways to promote good posture at home.

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  2. You're Probably Doing It Wrong! What Should Be the Proper Sleeping Posture?

    You're Probably Doing It Wrong! What Should Be the Proper Sleeping Posture?

    Let's admit it. Falling asleep is what we want to do after a long, tiring day. It is the best way to rest after all the fatigue and pressures at work or in dealing with inconveniences and stress around us. Experts always remind us to get enough sleep. This is not only because it is significant to one's growth but also contributes to the overall wellness of the body. However, since most of us are already tired after a long day, we tend to just throw ourselves to our beds and catch comforting sleep. What we often forget is that our sleep positions play a vital role in acquiring a good quality of sleep. You might be doing it wrong, so it's time to know and do the proper sleeping posture.

     

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  3. Workplace Ergonomics: Helpful Tips To Make Your Office More Productive

    Workplace Ergonomics: Helpful Tips To Make Your Office More Productive

    Most of us have already heard about ergonomics and the benefits it can bring to our lives. It's good if you're applying ergonomics in your daily home chores and work tasks. If so, you are promoting better health and wellness for yourself and the people around you. Apart from helping us to learn how to work properly and aim for better health, workplace ergonomics is proven to be imperative in improving productivity in the office.

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  4. Motivation in the Workplace: What to Do When You Feel Like You Are Going Nowhere

    Motivation in the Workplace: What to Do When You Feel Like You Are Going Nowhere

    There are times when you feel like you’re at the lowest point of your professional career. You may think that no matter how much you did your best at work, it seems that your efforts are still not enough to achieve your goals.. Your boss finds a lot of errors in your work and your performance seems to be not improving. No matter how you strive to show your zest and work hard to meet your superiors’ expectations, still, they find your work unsatisfactory. This is the time you realize what you need to have is a boost of motivation in the workplace. It will be your tool to get back on the right path when you feel like you’re going nowhere.

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  5. Computer Vision Syndrome: How Does it Affect Work Performance?

    Computer Vision Syndrome: How Does it Affect Work Performance?

    Today’s innovating trends and technological advancement in the workplace bring a lot of benefits to the people. Not only do they help them to create better work results faster, but they also ensure accuracy and efficiency. Computers, for instance, are essential tools in the workplace that contribute to the accomplishment of the company’s goals. However, if you’re using a computer for more than two hours a day, you probably are already aware that it can be dangerous to your health. Staring at the computer screen for long hours a day can lead to tired eyes, muscle aches, eye strain, and headaches. All these are symptoms of computer vision syndrome, which is now a common health concern of medical and working professionals.

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