An employee’s loyalty to a company varies depending on the love of the job, the work atmosphere, and motivation. Some hard-working people are much more active than their colleagues and show considerable energy and constant effort in their work. However, the race to meet qualitative and quantitative production objectives causes various pressures and chronic stress to the detriment of the employees in question. So, without further ado, let’s dive into this blog and learn some of our tips to help everyone keep a physiological and psychological balance in the face of this reality.
1. Maintain a healthy lifestyle
In general, the behavioral profile of a hard worker is as follows: he arrives early at work, returns late at night, and has no time for breakfast. His day being too busy, he accumulates insomnia and barely has time to drink water. Depending on his availability, he combines breakfast with a quick snack at various times.
As time passes, he becomes weaker, and his body is threatened with generalized fatigue. However, knowing that lasting professional success begins with a healthy and well-balanced diet and lifestyle is important. Therefore, in order to stay in shape, it is necessary to:
- Eat fruits and vegetables of different colors
- Avoid skipping meals
- Drink a large quantity of water every day, in small quantities and several intakes
- Give preference to dairy products
- Keep meal and sleep times stable.
2. Practice sports activities
Regardless of the field of activity and the position, working too hard is always financially beneficial but harmful to the body. The body and the brain must work in symbiosis. In this case, the brain is working hard while the body’s movements are limited. In order to bridge this gap, the worker is asked to perform sports activities during extra-occupational hours.
The most important thing is to make the bodywork at the same pace as the mind. At least 30 minutes of walking every day and some stretching activities are enough to eliminate all forms of stress. Some people opt for a group sports activity or a weekly jog. Moreover, a sports discipline trains the mind to be organized. In this way, the employee will be able to manage the various tasks that are assigned to him.
3. Decompress regularly
The chronic stress generated by a large daily amount of work affects the physiology and psychology of the employee. In order to restore the balance in question, it is recommended to perform weekly or monthly activities that contribute to physical and spiritual well-being. It is up to each individual to determine the frequency of his or her decompression activities according to his or her needs, financial possibilities, and availability.
Some of the most relevant activities are aero-therapy, and chromo-therapy sessions practiced indoors or outdoors. You can also indulge yourself in a wellness area to enjoy the SPA or sauna. Moreover, to make it simple, drinking a cold drink at each after-work session is a very simple way to decompress.
4. Create a source of motivation
First of all, it is important to know that this topic is about an act of will and not about exploitation through work. Indeed, for an employee, working hard is a personal choice motivated by the achievement of production and quality objectives, the main purpose of which is to boost the salary through one or more bonuses and benefits.
This financial compensation is not enough to limit the psychological risks related to fatigue. The solution to this problem is unique and personal: you must set a medium or long-term objective. This can be a real estate project or an outdoor project.
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