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3 Energy Raising Hacks

Apr 11, 2019 | NEWS2USE

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The brain works with energy. Employees who have missed out on breakfast, or typically skip breakfast, cannot be as creative as those who are properly nourished. So encourage healthy nutrition. Are healthy snacks (not chips and chocolates) readily accessible? Equally important is proper hydration. Pure water, lots of it, (not coffee or sugary drinks) is essential for healthy functioning brains. Are there accessible coolers with clean purified water? Finally, the brain functions best with a healthy circulation – are your employees able (even allowed) to move around regularly to stimulate their circulation?

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How about offering small surprises (health promoting – like a tray of sliced fruit) to raise employee mood? Remember, appreciation is the foundation of happiness…

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