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Do you usually have difficulties going back to work after holiday...?

Tips on going back to work with no stress:

1. Get back to your regular sleep routine

2. Check work emails before you come back

3. If you can choose, don’t go back to work on a Monday

4. Take a few afternoons off

5. Take 2 days before you have to start to work again.

6. Don’t try to do everything at once.

7. Prioritize your tasks and organize yourself.

8. Think about good memory at work.

9. Start to think about your next holiday, will keep you motivated.

10.Relaxing at your favorite spa will rejuvenate you and helps clear your mind before working again.

 

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Benefit of massage for your Muscular System

1. Reduces muscle soreness and fatigue through enhanced circulation.

2. Relieves muscle tension through improved circulation.

3. Increases/restores range of motion, therefore improving running efficiency and performance.

4. Increases the amount of oxygen and nutrients.

5. Increased circulation disposes of waste products and hastens recovery time.

6. Improves flexibility- this reduces the risk of injury, improves running efficiency and performance.

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10 ways to Going Green at Work

Make a few simple changes and do your part to go green. Small actions can create big change, especially when it comes to the environment. Here are 10 low-cost ways to lessen your impact on the planet and create a healthier, more eco-friendly office.

1. Start a recycling program at work. Many people are die-hard recyclers at home, but drop their guard against waste at work. Purchase special recyclable materials containers and make everyone aware of the effort to recycle

2. Save and recycle your empties. Laser toner and inkjet cartridges may berecycled.

3. Make it a habit to turn off lights when you are leaving any room for 15 minutes or more. Rely on natural lighting as much as possible.

4. Bring your lunch to work in reusable containers rather than purchasing carry-out or ordering food to be delivered, both of which create a significant amount of waste in the form of wrappers, cups, implements, bags and boxes. If you do go out for lunch, bicycle or walk instead of driving.

5. Print smarter. The average office worker goes through 10,000 sheets of copy paper a year. Make it a habit to print on both sides or use the backsides of old documents for faxes or drafts. Print email messages only when it is necessary.

6. Look for products that help conserve energy, such as longer-life, eco-friendly light bulbs and energy-efficient printers, copiers and faxes. Use power strips that stop idle current. They monitor power consumption and shut off the power when the equipment has sat on but idle for a specific period of time.

7. Create less waste in the office. Buy products made to last longer or reuse items you already have to keep them out of the landfill. Buy file folders made of 100 percent recycled materials or buy regular file folders with double-ply tabs that may be reused again and again. Purchase 3 x 3 adhesive notes instead of the 4x6 size.

8. Give computers to a local school, community college or nonprofit agency rather than sending them to a landfill.

9. Contact the senders of unwanted newsletters, magazines or catalogs and ask to be removed from their mailing lists.

10. Minimize use of air-conditioner or any applicable electronic cooler devices.

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The Benefit Of Yoga

Yoga has been practiced for more than 5,000 years and the most important benefit of yoga is physical and mental theraphy. Additional benefit like slowing aging process is largely an artificial condition. Regular practices can help people with diabetes, blood pressure, asthma, back pain, digestive disorders and heart conditions.

Regular yoga practice also creates mental clarity, increases body awareness, relieves stress, relaxes the mind, centers attention and sharpens concentration.

Our Signature treatment, The Royal Touch are fully influenced by Yoga. We are proud to offer this treatment.

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Watching TV and life expectancy

A new study has found that every hour of watching TV may decrease your life span by 22 minutes. But is watching TV really the problem? Or is it how we watch TV? That’s a question that hasn’t been definitively answered.

When we watch TV, we’re typically sitting or lying down, our bodies at rest, often for long periods of time. We also tend to eat while we watch, frequently snacking on unhealthy foods. Studies have shown a direct relationship between inactivity and life expectancy, but in the case of TV viewing, there is a question of correlation vs. causation.

Suggesting we all unplug our TVs for good would be an extreme reaction to the research–and an unrealistic one at that. The study does serve as a wake-up call, however, about how our habits and the ways we choose to spend our time may affect our health. Or maybe it’s time to start looking at our favorite shows differently.

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