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Energy Boosts at Work

Stay Alert All Day, Every Day

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SILVERSPARROW04

9/16/2014 3:31:23 PM

Some of these ideas are good. But how does one squeeze a 20 minute nap in at work unless they work at home or in a closed off office where no one can see them? Same goes for the push up against the desk o.O

KIRASDREAM

7/25/2014 9:27:50 AM

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Good to have a mental break too. I work 10 hour days at a desk, and I found that walking on all my breaks (two 15s and 20 minutes of my 30 minute lunch) helps TREMENDOUSLY as well.

SPINSTER321

4/22/2014 4:49:38 PM

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Multitasking Mover and Mindful Master. Kinda makes sense.

DELLMEL

7/29/2013 7:08:23 AM

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Don't work. Great article.

GRACEINAZ

4/23/2013 11:13:48 PM

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Good practical advice; however, the lead-in quip to article mentioned those who stand on [their] feet all day yet there was no mention of how to deal with that.

AGILECAT

4/23/2013 1:16:39 PM

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I sat up straight while reading the article! I work from home usually, and slouching is a bad habit I need to break.

REJ7777

4/23/2013 1:03:34 PM

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Quick, easy, useful recommendations. Thank you!

MISSYGEEN

4/23/2011 2:46:02 PM

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Everything sounded great except the walking meeting. However a brainstormning meeting with two or three people may be great. It's just hard to take notes when you're walking. Maybe I will try it with one person on my team, we'll call it action research.

SUNNYBABY23

4/21/2011 8:09:45 PM

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This is the reminder I needed! I have been snacking (started with the bad stuff - junk - have moved onto healthier items - edamame, rice cakes - but still snacking in order to stay awake is not a good habit) and drinking tons of coke zeros... next week will bring a fresh start.

AMANDA-RAE3

4/21/2011 6:45:07 PM

I work retail. In the event that I have a lunch break, I've started walking around the mall, or during my fifteen, I do some moderate stretching in the breakroom. When we're slow of an evening I get on the sales floor, walk, greet customers (your boss will love that), and clean the cases (I work in the jewelry department). I don't hit the vending machines on my breaks and instead chug water and eat an orange or protein bar I carry in my purse.

MUSICLUVR325

4/21/2011 2:58:55 PM

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These sound great for those in an office, but not all of us do. I work in retail. I'm walking around all the time. I sit maybe 10 minutes in 6 hours. What about us? What is there for us to do to keep our minds focused?

MARYJOHANNAH

4/21/2011 10:52:59 AM

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You'd think with no job it would be easier for me to do the stuff I need to at my desk...but ...NO.... luckily I work out in the basement but I would like to do both

TWEETIEBIRDIE

4/21/2011 7:33:42 AM

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I am guilty of this. I am a teacher and most of my day is spent trying to get students to focus and do their work at a table. I will try to have them move more!

GORDONG2

4/21/2011 7:22:09 AM

Why not try a scientifically proven nutraceutical like neurapex (www.neurapex.com)? It will help keep you focused and, when you're focused 'time flies' ... which means the office hours pass more quickly!!!

OUTDOORSDC

4/21/2011 7:19:02 AM

Another great article. Taking breaks at work is so important, but sometimes so hard to do.

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