Healthy Habits for Working or Studying from Home!

WFH? Get Focused, More Energized and More Productive!

While the restrictions are starting to lift, many people will continue to work from home for months to come. Some people welcome the prospect of working from home long term, while some find it hard to stay focused and miss the human connection. Your mental health and emotional wellbeing should be given top priority. With this in mind, it’s really important that you look after yourself and strive for greater productivity and greater happiness.

Structure your day Monday-Friday

Cultivate a great Monday – Friday daily routine and stick to it – this will bring some structure back to your life and get you in focus mode, so then at the weekend you can relax, perhaps do some baking, go for a trek (within your county) or even just have a cup of coffee in bed etc. 

Create a nice workspace

Organise a space in your home that screams productivity and makes it easy to focus on work. Make sure you have all necessary equipment and work accessories while being away from areas associated with relaxation e.g., TV, bed etc.

Set a schedule

Creating a schedule is crucial to being productive and efficient when working from home. On Sunday evening, sit down and consider the coming week to schedule important tasks, meetings, projects, deadlines and of course exercise. This will help lay out your schedule for the week ahead based on importance. At the end of each day, write down your to-do list for the following day – this way you can get straight down to business and not waste any time.   

Work Smart not Hard

No matter what industry you are in, there are tools that you can use to help you work smarter not harder. Consider your WFH requirements and use tools that will help increase productivity and make it easier to collaborate with colleagues e.g. Trello, Asana, Dropbox, Hootsuite, Google Drive, Monday, Microsoft 365, zoom.

Eat nutritious foods and keep hydrated

Having balanced meals and snacks spaced evenly throughout the day will help you feel alert and stable—and less susceptible to compulsive snacking. Aim for a combination of protein (eggs, lean meat, greek yoghurt, beans, pulses), healthy fats (avocado, oily fish, nuts, seeds, olive oil), and fibre (wholegrains, vegetables, berries).  Make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids e.g., water, herbal teas, kombucha, smoothies.

Fuel your brain with omega-3

Omega-3 DHA is vital for healthy brain function and plays very important roles in the structural integrity of brain cells, to support memory, focus and concentration. Omega-3s are considered essential as our body can’t produce them so they must be obtained through diet (oily fish, seeds, nuts) or supplementation.

Without these important fats, it can become difficult for adults or teens to concentrate, learn new information, and balance their moods properly. Surprisingly, IPSOS found that a massive 89% of Irish people are not consuming sufficient oily fish (2-3 portions) in their diet, making it imperative to supplement with a fish oil such as Eskimo Brain 369.

Limit phone use

Only check your phone at certain times in the day. So much productivity is lost to scrolling through social media or mindlessly following twitter hashtags. It’s important to remember, there is no end to the social feed, so it’s up to you to discipline yourself!

Exercise daily

When you work from home, you actually have a greater opportunity to exercise. You can plan a short walk/run on your break or an HIIT class during lunch, all from the comfort of your home. With no commute and children back in school, you can dedicate more time to your health and wellness.

It’s important to do outdoor exercise, stretching and some kind of workout to get your heart pumping, whether it’s a dance class, exercise class, weights class, boxing class – all from the comfort of your home. 

Good sleep is vital

With so many new shows on Netflix, it can be difficult to get to bed at a reasonable time, but a good night’s sleep can transform your productivity.

During the work week, it’s a good idea to have a set bedtime; switch off all technology an hour before bed and create an ambience of calm in your surroundings to relax your mind and place you in a restful state. If you find it difficult to get to sleep, consider taking a magnesium supplement. 

Be Positive and De-stress

Try to stay positive by using motivational quotes or mantras on post-its, or surrounding yourself with friends and family who make you happy. Avoid unnecessary stress by exercising daily, getting enough sleep, and using techniques such as mindfulness, pilates, or yoga.

Feeling overwhelmed, try the app Headspace – which will teach you the life-transforming skills of mindfulness and meditation in just a few minutes a day. 

How Eskimo Brain 369 Can Help You Stay Productive While Working From Home

Eskimo Brain 369 is the ideal supplement for anyone wishing to support brain- and heart function, vision, immunity, and cognitive health. Whether you are working from home or just looking to increase focus, Eskimo Brain 369 is the ideal supplement for you.

Its unique formula combines fish oil rich in omega-3 with seed oils rich in omega-6 and omega-9 plus coenzyme Q10, vitamin D and E to support healthy cognitive and memory function. Vitamin D3 is essential for strong bones, a healthy immune system and muscular function. Eskimo Brain 369 is available in a tasty lemon flavour in either liquid or capsule form.

Add 5ml Eskimo Brain 369 to your daily smoothie for an extra brain boost and make sure to stay productive, sharp and on top of all those projects. Eskimo Brain 369 is available in health food stores, pharmacies and here on our website.

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