Supporting energy demands while on the tools
To keep your energy levels up and stay healthy at work, follow these simple tips.
Staying hydrated is essential to help keep your energy levels in check. Not drinking enough water can negatively impact your mood and concentration, too. Take a bottle of water to work and sip it throughout the day. You’ll notice a massive difference in your energy levels.
Try Berocca Performance Twist N Go instead of coffee or energy drinks
If you’re looking for a refreshing energy boost, try Berocca Twist N Go drink. The B-vitamins in a daily Berocca Twist N Go will help support your energy levels and help release energy from your food.
Berocca Performance Twist N Go supports energy release and mental performance – pre-packed and ready to roll. Berocca supports the release of positive energy so you can be at your best whatever daily challenges you’re facing.
Getting your Berocca couldn’t be simpler. Just twist the lid to dissolve the tasty effervescent tablet. Take a maximum of one per day for best results and take each day to the next level.
Exercise outside of work
You might think you’re getting enough exercise at work because you’re constantly on the move. But it’s important to make time for activities that benefit those muscle groups that don’t get a workout in your trade.
Going to the gym, running, surfing, stretching and yoga help strengthen the full range of muscles in your body. Aerobic exercise also helps you maintain a healthy heart and lungs, which is vital for overall health and wellbeing. Exercise is a fun and social way to wind down; it keeps your body strong, reducing your risk of injury.
Practice good nutrition habits by bringing a healthy lunch and snacks to work. Salads, wraps, fruit and nuts are examples of healthy foods you can prepare at home quickly.
Making your meals the night before can help you feel in control if you don’t have enough time in the mornings. If you do need to buy food on the road, try to choose meals that are low in kilojoules, salt and sugar.
Stick to the daily recommended amount of alcohol (no more than four drinks daily, and a maximum of ten drinks a week) as drinking too much alcohol impacts your mood, weight, relationships and overall health and wellbeing.
Look after your mental health
While exercise and nutrition are important for staying healthy, managing your mental health is equally as important. Running a business can be stressful and all-consuming, so speak to someone if you’re finding it difficult to cope. Take note of how others feel around you, too – and have a chat with your mates if someone seems to have a hard time at work.
You’re most likely spending a lot of time in the sun, which means you’re more at risk of skin cancer. Always wear a hat, apply sunscreen and keep your skin covered.