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  1. How Standing Desks Can Improve Your Mental Health in the Workplace

    How Standing Desks Can Improve Your Mental Health in the Workplace
    In this day and age, more companies are putting in an effort to put significance to mental health in the workplace. When employees are happy and healthy, they could perform better and hand in better work quality. In turn, the organization grows, and the company benefits, too.  Most companies turned to ergonomics to address the improvement of physical spaces to address health risks. Well-designed chairs and tables have solved physical challenges that could hinder work. But will this principle be able to address mental health in the workplace as well?
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  2. Proper Desk Ergonomics: Creating a Healthy Workspace

    Proper Desk Ergonomics: Creating a Healthy Workspace
    The work-from-home setup has forced upon us a renewed perspective when it comes to home/office spaces. Suddenly, we have to turn our comfortable and relaxing rooms into productive workspaces. This shift in perspective invites us to rethink how we view our workspaces, and most especially, how we define proper desk ergonomics.
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  3. Taking a Stand: Why you should incorporate an active lifestyle at work

    Taking a Stand: Why you should incorporate an active lifestyle at work
    One of the social norms that have constantly plagued the average office worker is the concept of sitting still at the office. As a person who is brimming with excitement for the next big thing or overflowing with spirit for the next explosive adventure, you might not be keen on being seated for hours on end. We all, to a degree, yearn to get going, to get moving, to go around. So, what happens when we're asked to stay put and sit still?
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  4. The Risks of Living a Sedentary Lifestyle (and how you could avoid it)

    The Risks of Living a Sedentary Lifestyle (and how you could avoid it)
    Sedentary behaviour is associated with deleterious health outcomes (Tremblay et al., 2010). There is a field called 'inactivity physiology' that aims to understand the health consequences of modern lifestyles. Current common practice involves a tremendously alarming number of hours of muscular inactivity while sitting. Disease risks are associated with many hours of sitting idle, averaging 10 hours a day or 70 hours a week.
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  5. Can Video Editors Achieve A Work-Life Balance?

     Can Video Editors Achieve A Work-Life Balance?
    A healthy work-life balance is achievable even when one of the notable words used to describe the world we live in is VUCA. The concept of the term VUCA World has become quite the buzzword, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. VUCA means that the world is characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. By the unpredictable nature of our external environment, we would often find ourselves in situations of turbulence, dynamism, and uncertainty. As a video-editor doing remote work, one of the most pressing challenges is cultivating a healthy match between personal life and professional life.
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  6. How Being Organized Can Boost Productivity in the Workplace

    How Being Organized Can Boost Productivity in the Workplace
    Nothing inspires motivation and drives productivity more than a neat and organized workstation. Seeing everything in proper places sparks joy within every one of us. Imagine all the documents filed into their proper cubby holes and pens and markers safely tucked into their canister. Seeing everything follow an organized system not only sparks joy but productivity as well.
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  7. Towards Productivity: How To Apply Workplace Ergonomics This Year

    Towards Productivity: How To Apply Workplace Ergonomics This Year

    Every year is a promise and an opportunity to improve ourselves, including our productivity in our work. There is a need and urge to improve our work consistently, and this is true across all industries. The more output and results we could produce, the sweeter the satisfaction is at the end of the day.

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  8. 5 Home Office Setup Ideas for Productivity and Efficiency

    5 Home Office Setup Ideas for Productivity and Efficiency

    Working from home has definitely inspired most of us to find home office setup ideas that could boost productivity and efficiency. As we are spending the foreseeable future working from home, our home office setup has definitely required us to level up. What used to work before, perhaps a functional table and an uncomfortable chair, do not suffice anymore.

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  9. How to Improve Your Posture Problems While Working At Home

    How to Improve Your Posture Problems While Working At Home
    Posture problems are just some of the many challenges that arise from a work from home setup. Since moving our offices into our homes' comforts, the boundaries between home and office have been blurred. Bringing your work to your home also required adjusting our bodies to cope with this new change. Suddenly, our homes had to function as workspaces.
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  10. How Proper Breathing Can Contribute to Stress Reduction

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    A familiar feeling people feel is stress. Our health can be at risk when we worry too much, causing a lot of tension in our bodies as well. Although stress is a normal reaction to life, it is vital to have a stress-reduction technique to keep your health in good condition.

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