A Wealth of Health Tips for Woes at Work

work-life-balance equilibriumSuccessfully treating-preventing workplace health issues — stress, depression, colds, fatigue, bodily aches and pains — through positive psychology and profound spirituality, healthy lighting, wholesome food, proper posture and exercise, deep rest, sound sleep, suitable meditation, and much more.

© Copyright 2008 by Timothy Conway, PhD

Each year, throughout the industrialized world, countless billions of hours of productive work are wasted due to a range of health problems afflicting workers at all levels of organizations, from top executives to low-wage and part-time employees.

Absenteeism, lost productivity, low energy, poor morale, increased stress and conflict, and even complete burnout are epidemic in the workplace, due to stress, depression, head colds, inadequate sleep and drowsiness, and bodily aches including headaches, back pain, hand-wrist pain (e.g., cramping, bursitis, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome), eyestrain, “brain-fog,” and so on.

At this webpage, you can link to numerous articles filled with preventative health tips and remedies for these afflicting conditions and more.

Knowledge is power, and nowhere is this more true than in the area of health and wellness. Read these essays and help empower yourself and all members of your organization to become healthier, happier, and more productive!

Let’s start with some resources on one of the very worst health problems in the workplace, STRESS.

Another huge affliction in the workplace and at home is depression,

a problem threatening to “decimate the global economy.” Find out about an inexpensive, natural solution, now considered by the United States’ NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) to be the #1 remedy or “treatment of choice” for depression.

Here’s another terrible bane for the workplace, school and community: the common cold,”

which, because of widespread lack of knowledge of effective remedies, usually turns into chronic, recurring sinusitis and countless lost days to workers and lost dollars for their employers.

Then there is the matter of chronic bodily aches and pains

–agonizing back-pain and neck-aches, hand-wrist pain, headaches, and pain in the hips, legs and feet, and eyestrain, due to poor posture, stress, lack of exercise and healthy blood flow. Read this linked section to discover easy, natural remedies instead of taking the potentially dangerous, toxic path of heavy pain-medications or surgeries.

Here is lots of wisdom from our www.enlightened-spirituality.org website on enjoying restful, restorative sleep and working with dreams.

Finally, for the sake of our health and wellbeing, and in light of the 25% increase in occurrence of brain tumors in the USA over the last 30 years, we take a long look at the risks of cellphone use.

Source (1 July 2011): www.rare-leadership.org

About BVG Janaka dasa das

The counsellor, trainer and lecturer of Balanced and Healthy lifestyle, body, art, music, trance etc philosophy, psychology and psychotherapy. The leader of personal development and team building groups and private practice of psychotherapy.
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