Stretching can promote good circulation and reduce your chance of blood clots, improve your sense of wellbeing and aid in concentration and focus. Especially if you are sitting for long periods of time it is easy to develop stiffness and muscle discomfort. Click HERE for some stretches you can do at your desk.
Identify your Stresses
Find somewhere quiet and think about what is really stressing you out. Get a piece of paper and divide it into three columns: My Worry, Why it worries me, What is the worst thing that could happen. This will both let you identify what you can stop stressing about, as well as help you really prioritise what to deal with first.
Smell is our sense most closely linked to memory, and can instantly lift your mood. Lavender is a traditional relaxation scent, however you can find any smell that works for you: Oranges, Coffee, Mint, anything that you find pleasant or associate with a happy memory.
Get a plant for your desk
Research suggests that plants can help reduce stress in the office, even a simple, low maintenance plant on your desk can help you through your day. Aim for something which low-fuss which doesn’t require lots of watering.
Get a 3MA Massage
Of course, the best way to relax in the office is with our 5 Minute Halo massage, which can reduce stress, improve your mood, decrease muscle soreness and leave everyone feeling divine