It’s the first day of 2015 and you might be at work right now – wishing that you weren’t. You might be suffering from the New Year’s Slump. The New Year’s Slump occurs when a person has had an overabundance of rich foods, drinks and excitement from the winter and New Year’s holiday.

How do you re-energize your day after the Holiday binge? You could start by walking, meditation and drinking more water.

Walk At Work

According to the American Heart Association, walking can help:

  • Reduce the risk of coronary heart disease
  • Improve blood pressure and blood sugar levels
  • Improve blood lipid profile
  • Maintain body weight and lower the risk of obesity
  • Enhance mental well being
  • Reduce the risk of osteoporosis
  • Reduce the risk of breast and colon cancer
  • Reduce the risk of non-insulin dependent (type 2) diabetes

Meditate At Work

The Mayo Clinic reported that meditation may help with:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Pain
  • Sleep problems

Drink More Water at Work

Drinking water is not only necessary for us to remain alive, but being hydrated also gives us energy and improves our mood. According to Breaking Muscle, drinking water can help us feel…

  • less cranky
  • perform better
  • prevent headaches
  • and feed our bodies

You can also take a look at our 5 Ways To Re-energize Your Day video for more ideas on how to re-energize your day. You can share this with your co-workers, team, family and/or friends. Pick one or all five things to do today or throughout the week and let us know how it goes!

Managers, are you looking to share this with your team? We’ve made it even easier for you by creating a 5 Ways To Re-energize Your Employees Email Template.

Let’s get pumped up!

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