Month

March 2019

Healthy Sleep and The Workplace

More than one in four employees feel exhausted on a daily basis lack of healthy sleep, and 42% of UK workers have lost sleep as a result of workplace stress. Sleep is vital to reducing our risk of health conditions… Continue Reading →

How to pack a healthy lunch for the office

Preparing healthy office lunch can become a bit of a chore, especially when you have to get up at silly o’clock in the morning or spend an hour or so trying to think of something to take to work. Most… Continue Reading →

7 Fitness Motivation Tips to Keep You Going

We all have days when we wake up and think ‘today is the day’. With the best of interests in the world, we plunge ourselves full steam ahead into a fitness regime, which we keep for 3-to-4 days. Then we… Continue Reading →

How to Improve Your Posture at Work

The British Chiropractic Association has shockingly revealed that 33% of employees have taken at least one day off work due to back or neck pain last year, with almost half reporting that their pain is triggered by spending long periods… Continue Reading →

Activities to Add into Your Working Day

It is hard to fit exercise, or any form of activity into your working day… Especially when you are stuck at your desk working 8 hours a day, and deadlines are stacking up. There are a few things that can… Continue Reading →

What happens to your body when you eat too much sugar

Let’s be honest, we all love a sweet treat. In the UK, women are advised to have 90g of sugar a day (not including any natural sugars that are found in fruit and veg etc…), and men 120g per day…. Continue Reading →

Keeping a check on your mental wellbeing at work

Mental wellbeing at work is just as important as physical wellbeing, and the two tend to go hand in hand. But many people forget to ensure to keep an eye on their mental health in the workplace, and sometimes allow… Continue Reading →

The Best Healthy Snacks Choices in the Workplace

Snacking can’t be helped when we sit at our desks for over eight hours a day. However, eventually those snacks add up, and all of a sudden, the weight can start to pile on. Creating healthy snacks for work is… Continue Reading →

How to reduce your salt intake

The Department of Health estimates that if we could reduce our average salt intake from 8g per day to 6g per day, we could prevent more than 8,000 premature deaths from heart attacks and stroke. High consumption of salt is… Continue Reading →

How to stay healthy when sitting at a desk all day

Many of us get into work, sit down at our desk and tend not to move again until we have too. British people sit for 8.9 hours each day on average and it’s one of the unhealthiest things we can… Continue Reading →

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