Having a healthy working life can be integral to the enjoyment of everyday life. Psychologically, doing well at work can boost your self-confidence considerably, while struggling at work can cause stress and anxiety.

Healthy eating at work

At work you should try to make the same effort to eat healthily as at home; this can be difficult if you are in a rush and do not have the time to prepare something healthy; try to think ahead in order to reduce the possibility of having to grab something in a hurry. Eating too quickly can cause indigestion, which can be uncomfortable. Also, why not have a quick trip to the dentist during your break to make sure things are going good with your teeth?

In the office

Many jobs now are sedentary, meaning people spend a large amount of time sat at a desk in front of a computer screen; this can cause aches and pains, especially in the neck and back. You should try to break up your day by going for a walk every now and again. Staring at computer screens for long periods of time can cause headaches; this may be as a result of problems with your sight or be caused by dehydration. It is important to drink lots of water throughout the day and to get your eyes tested if you are suffering from headaches.

In terms of social relationships, it is recommended that you try to iron out any existing issues as quickly as possible as problems that are left to fester may build up and cause more stress. Positive working relationships are conducive to effective and efficient working practices.