Today’s Solutions: February 03, 2023

We’ve all been there. As the work day goes on, we start finding it impossible to suppress our yawns. We become groggy and unmotivated, and try to find salvation in another cup of coffee. If you’re tired of feeling this way, it may be time to start exercising more before or after work. According to a new study, people who stay physically fit are more likely to avoid job burnout, sleep more easily and be more engaged at work. Researchers say that exercise gives us time to detach from work and recharge while making it easier for you to get into the flow at work. If you need more motivation to get up and active when you aren’t at work, have a look here.

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