Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Smart Break: Your Three Minute Workplace Wellness Solution

If you are like me, you sit all day. Do you know how bad sitting all day can be? In fact, sitting is the new smoking! It is that unhealthy for us. Studies have been around for years now supporting this. With Smart Break you can easily incorporate movement into your day quickly & easily. And all the movements can be done at your desk in only three minutes. Sitting too long increases your risk of chronic health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. Long hours at a time in chairs is just plain bad for your health.  Smart Break works on a computer, tablet, or phone. Keep reading to learn more.

Occupational and physiotherapists and workplace wellness experts came up with an exercise routine of just 3 minutes -- movements to get office workers on their feet throughout the day. The results are increased productivity, reduced healthcare costs and a stronger team culture.
With the blessing of a physiotherapist, Smart Break created a wellness app that engages the company to take what they call a “Smart Break” during the day. It’s a 3-minute break that includes stretching and basic cardio movements meant to help workers sitting for a long period of time. Companies and organizations across Finland and Europe are bringing Smart Break into their daily routine and employees are rewarded for their good behavior. 
The way Smart Break works is that employers will encourage employees to use it as a way to take "smart breaks" during the course of the day. As someone who had a blood clot on a plane ride several years ago, I know first-hand the need to get up and move. Smart Break aims to make this a part of a company's culture and to gamify the process as you'll see when you try the app. It's really engaging and fun -- it seems like the perfect break for a more health and wellness-conscious workforce.

For More Information, Visit: 
Smart Break on the web
Smart Break on Twitter
Smart Break on Instagram
Smart Break on Facebook

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