We all need a break - and Easter, with its four-day bank holiday weekend benefits, gives some of us a chance to unplug and reset. It's not just about taking some time out, unplugging and resetting can also put you in a better state of mind and boost your productivity when you go back to work too. 
Escape Outdoors: Spending time in nature can boost your mood, reduce stress, and increase overall well-being. Being in nature can also improve cognitive function, including creativity and problem-solving skills, which can benefit you in the workplace. 
Take a Digital Detox: Taking a break from screens can improve your mental well-being by reducing digital overwhelm and allowing you to focus on other activities. This can help you recharge, enhance your creativity, and return to work with improved productivity and mental clarity. 
Unplug the electronics: Spending quality time with loved ones without the distractions of screens can strengthen relationships and foster meaningful connections. Improved relationships can lead to increased motivation and engagement at work, resulting in higher productivity. 
Mindful Moments: Practicing mindfulness without the use of devices can enhance your ability to focus, reduce stress, and improve cognitive flexibility. This can result in improved decision-making, problem-solving, and communication skills, all of which can boost productivity in the workplace. 
Device-free time: Engaging in analog activities such as reading, writing, drawing, or playing musical instruments can help you relax, destress, and improve cognitive function. These activities can also enhance your creativity and innovative thinking, leading to increased productivity and fresh perspectives at work. 
At Verve Healthcare, we carry out regular monitoring to help spot early signs when things might be going wrong - being able to spot an issue before it becomes a problem can really make a huge difference. 
We find that physical problems such as a sore knee or a painful neck, or financial worries, or emotional concerns, can also lead to an inability to switch off. We work with individuals and companies to spot the cause of the issue and address it, rather than just put in measures to deal with the symptoms. 
If you think Verve Healthcare could be a good fit for your company, then get in touch. 
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