In today's hyper-connected, globalized world where everyone's hustling and working, spending more time on electronic devices, and meeting deadlines has become the new normal. The working culture today has changed, and overtime or overworking is normalized. But often, people forget about how detrimental it is to their health. Sleep is essential for survival, and depriving yourself of it can negatively affect your health and have long-term health consequences and safety concerns. Going berserk f
Today's work and personal life dynamics are completely different from how it was a few decades ago. In the wake of the pandemic, work culture and other aspects of life have changed drastically worldwide. For many of you, these past few years have been quite stressful. It cannot be easy to cope with new challenges, like working from home or dealing with lockdowns. The pandemic has led to an increase in anxiety, depression, loneliness, and boredom. Some of you may have taken comfort in alcohol t
The workplace culture takes an upward curve, with employees being more productive and positive at work. The organization becomes more healthful and retains more employees if it focuses on cultivating in-house positive energy.
The whole world suffered a setback when covid-19 caught all of us unprepared. The repercussions of the latter are still present today, and it will take some time for things to recover. The pandemic has had far-reaching effects on economic activity, jobs, and our way of life. All these stressors, in turn, affect employee health [https://www.vantagefit.io/blog/employee-health/]. Now Monkeypox has sparked unprecedented outbreaks worldwide [https://www.who.int/emergencies/situations/monkeypox-oubre
Did you know your emotional well-being has powerful effects on your overall health? Mental and emotional stress can translate into adverse physical reactions, a weakened immune system, and poor health. Emotional health is just as important as physical health-although it's more challenging to achieve. However, emotional wellness often gets pushed aside, particularly in the workplace. How important is emotional health to employee wellness anymore? In today's modern world, it is more important th
Night-shift work affects individuals at the biological level. Such individuals have a higher risk of mental health and mood disorders. Being on a nocturnal work schedule can disrupt circadian rhythms and sleep deprivation. Employers need to take this matter into their hands.
A Vegan diet provides immense health benefits. Thus introducing veganism into your corporate wellness program can be a great step for your employees. It’ll keep you healthy and also make you feel closer to nature. It will enable you to give back to the world and stay mindful.
Wednesday is always one of the most challenging days of the week. It falls in the middle, between the days you've worked and the weekend. Its Wednesday and you have worked around for a couple of days but the weekend is still some days away. The anxiety and blues settle in, making it challenging for you to get through the rest of the week at work. Wellness Wednesday is an informal occasion to be observed every week on Wednesday morning. The main goal of this day is to remind you to take care of
October 20th is observed as World Osteoporosis Day. This day is dedicated to raising global awareness against osteoporosis. Corporate employee awareness of World Osteoporosis Day is crucial in modern times. The workforce is at a high risk of falling prey to this disease.
Do you ever feel tired or burnt out at work? Do you sometimes feel irritated by constant discomfort or pain? Is it affecting your ability to give out your best performance at work? Your focus and concentration can be impaired when you are irritable due to physical pain, which can make you more reactive in social and professional settings. Most of you are unaware that stretching can help ease the negative effects of pain by harnessing the power of mental stretching. While stretching improves yo