It’s easy to put your health on the back burner to meet a big deadline at the office. Your employer appreciates the extra commitment you have made. However, if you do not correctly re-energy and restore your health, the long-term health consequences are poor for you and your employer.
You’ve probably heard it—and ignored it—many times: Make health a priority and it will pay dividends. If that describes you, consider this: What if there was evidence that taking your health habits more seriously actually could help you on the job. Would that perk up your ears?