Modern society and to big cities have a habit of working long and without limits. As if life is just work and work while personal life seeming to be removed.
A variety of studies already mentioned the effects of excessive work such as increasing the risk of heart disease, heart attack, high blood pressure, and stress.
Well, if in 2018 this you want to have the habit of working with healthy, there is no harm in tracing the way Europeans. The European Community is known for balanced between work and activities outside of it. To quote the page reader’s Digest, this four habits work ala they can emulate.
1. Create a limitation
In Europe, based on the Working Time Directive workers could not work more than 48 hours per week. So they won’t be long in an Office or working on tasks.
For those of you who are having trouble going home quickly, easily solve this by making a plan. For example, meeting friends, cooking at home, setting the time at the home page.
2. Work less, doesn’t mean productive
In 2015, nine of the 10 most productive countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are in Europe. When hours of work the Europeans are less or equal to 48 hours per week.
3. Leave work desk at rest
In France, Spain, Greece break office hours at lunch can be more than one hour. They rarely eat while in front of a computer screen.
In fact, now there are already some companies prohibiting eating on the work desk. This is done in order to make workers more productive while working.
4. Use the holidays
In Sweden, workers get off work for five weeks during the year. And most of them use it.
While in the United States, only got two weeks per year or about 14 days. Unfortunately, not all use it. In fact, the holidays are a time to rest one of which is capable of affecting the quality of the work.