Do you want to be a healthier and more productive employee? Then corporate fitness may be the answer. Corporate fitness programs are becoming increasingly popular as companies realize that they can make employees happier and increase company productivity.
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Having a clearly laid out workplace wellness program is one of the most effective ways of having an engaged and productive team in any organization. In addition, offering extended health benefits plans, your workplace wellness programs may include health awareness activities or organization-wide incentive plans to encourage healthy behaviors among employees.
Medication and supplements do no one any good just sitting in a bottle, and yet research and experience tells us that it’s all too easy to simply forget to take our pills. Fortunately, there are some simple and inexpensive/free tools available to help anyone improve their medication and supplements adherence.
It’s crunch time. You and your team are all working late from home to get this super important proposal done on time. You’ve lost count of how many coffees you’ve had today, now you’re running on soda and popcorn. Finally you’re done, attach draft “FINAL_FINAL_2”, send email, and now it’s time for a bit of sleep before tomorrow’s meeting. Then it dawns on you - you have to take your thyroid medication, but you just wolfed down a whole bag of popcorn, and you can’t take your medication immediately after food. Looks like bedtime will have to wait.
If only you had used Intrepid Pillbox, with some scheduling magic.
Adhering to a plan of medication or supplements is important. Unconsumed medication or supplements cannot be effective. On the flip-side, overdosing (whether accidentally or intentionally) can be dangerous. For some types of medication, the importance of strict adherence will be obvious. But even in the case of supplements, adherence leads to improved health outcomes.
When you picture your retirement, what do you see? Do you picture warm sandy beaches? Finally getting to work on all those creative projects you’ve been dreaming of? Picnics with grand kids? Diving into high impact volunteer work? Strolling through exotic bazaars in faraway places with close friends?