Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
The main reason why most employees fail to increase their productivity in the workplace is mainly attributable to the lack of rest. Sometimes employees come well rested to work, work themselves off before lunch, and fail to rest during lunch. After the lunch hour, they are most likely going to be ineffective in what they are set to do. Taking a break is very important, as it will allow you to boost up your efficiency levels despite a half day of hard work.
The break in any organization is never as long as we would like it to be. This means that with the limited break you get, you should use it to your best advantage. The most important thing before you even think of resting is to identify how you feel physically and mentally. If you find you are mentally fit, but are tired from sitting, it might be helpful to walk around, stretch, and all that helps you to loosen up. This will allow for rapid blood flow that was otherwise not possible because of the sitting position. This is important for your immune system too.
Utilizing a break is very vital to your productivity in the workplace.
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