During a long day’s work, you know you would give anything just to get a few minutes of a nice, relaxing break. You may be feeling a little sluggish and down, hindering you from doing your tasks efficiently, and effectively. Here are a few pick-me-up tricks that can boost your energy in just a few minutes:
Get Yourself An Iced Coffee– It is a nice refreshment especially if you are a little caffeine dependent on getting through the day. It’s cold and Starbucks is pretty much everywhere making it easier for you to just get up and go. And while doing so, you are able to go for a short walk and get a nice breath of fresh air.
Pick up a fruit– Apples are a nice alternative to coffee, without the caffeine crash after the day. They are a healthier option and can double as a little snack if you are also feeling a bit hungry. If you are also trying to free yourself from being caffeine-dependent, this one is just for you.
Read A Book– Let your minds wander a bit. If you are more into escapist reads then, all the better. Try to leave a little bit of the reality, and dive into the shoes of your favorite female protagonist as they search for the love of their life.
Move Around– Walk around the office, stretch, or jump around. Do small body movements that can help the blood circulate, and giving you a nice boost every few minutes.
Indulge In Reflexology- You may not have heard of it yet but, Relax The Feet, located in Chesapeake, VA gives the best massage out there that is sure to give you more than just an energy boost. It takes longer than the usual 10 to 15-minute break but, if you feel like you deserve it, go ask for an extended lunch break. Pick up a coffee or fruit, and go there immediately! It’s good to know that reflexology has a lot of health benefits such as: Improving metabolism, Self-Healing, Aiding in Sleep Disorders, and of course, giving you the ultimate energy boost. Your boss will appreciate it more if you are able to give it your one hundred percent rather than a mediocre performance brought about by stress, fatigue, or constant lethargy throughout the day.
Contact 757-698-4214 or visit http://www.relaxthefeet.com/ to learn more about us, and book appointments.