Work efficiency increased by 15%

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Work efficiency increased by 15%

Are you busy with your feet when you go to work, and you are dizzy?

Are you easy to get angry with your colleagues?

Maybe you should sneak a sneak peek.

According to the US MSNBC website, British researchers found that exercise at work not only helps improve work efficiency, but also relieves work stress.

銆€銆€The study was conducted under the leadership of Jim McKinner, a professor of exercise and health at the University of Leeds.

The researchers selected a total of 200 employees from a university, a computer company, and a life insurance company. They can exercise or not exercise during work breaks according to their preferences, and then fill out a questionnaire. Brake researchers can help exercise.The link between work performance and emotions.

銆€銆€As a result, 60% said that if they do exercise during a certain day’s work break, the time management ability, intelligence and ability to complete tasks on time will be improved, and the overall work efficiency will increase by 15%.

The results of this research were recently exchanged at a meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine.

銆€銆€The effect of exercise on work efficiency has nothing to do with the intensity and time of exercise.

During the study period, the subjects can engage in any of their sports. Most people choose to do 30-60 minutes of exercise after lunch. Whether it is yoga, aerobics, strength training or basketball, it will bring the same effect.

銆€銆€The subjects also scored their emotions in the morning and afternoon.

As Professor McKinner predicts, exercise can improve their mood.

In the group discussion, many people said that exercise can help them better face the challenges and pressures at work.

“After the exercise, people are more tolerant of their own attitudes towards work and work. They are less likely to lose their temper and have fewer yelling and screaming at colleagues.
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“People are not prone to “afternoon fatigue” after exercise.

In addition, people are more satisfied with their day’s work when they go home after exercising in the daytime.

銆€銆€Public health experts point out that incorporating exercise into work can be beneficial to health.

Short-term exercise, even if it is a few minutes in the afternoon, when you go upstairs, take the stairs instead of taking the elevator, you can bring a little to the body.

McKinney hopes his findings will encourage companies to provide opportunities for employees to exercise, such as yoga instructors to the conference room staff to practice, or build a well-equipped gym.

鈥淭hese can both boost employee morale and reduce the loss of sick leave to the company.

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