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Have you ever considered practicing mindfulness at work if you're constantly swamped with deadlines, phone calls, meetings, and emails? Does concentrating for a brief time help? When that's your daily routine, it can negatively influence employee health, increase presenteeism and absenteeism, reduce productivity, and harm your corporate culture. It need not be that way, though. Health can be improved by practicing mindfulness at work.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness means being aware of your thoughts, feelings, sensations, and surroundings. It is simply being conscious of what is happening at the time, without trying to solve any problems. It aids in teaching your brain to concentrate rather than flitting from one issue to the next and back again.

Benefits of Mindfulness in the Workplace

In a study by the University of Massachusetts, researchers found

that daily mindfulness practice can help:

· Lower blood pressure

· Improve mood

· Promote relaxation

· Improve sleep quality

· Reduce pain

· Stimulate creativity

· Control stress hormones

How to promote mindfulness in the Workplace

Mindfulness is another tool to assist you in reaching the objectives of your wellness program if you want to boost productivity, control healthcare expenses, and promote health in your company.

· Take a five-minute meditation break: Encourage your staff to take at least five minutes daily to engage in mindfulness exercises.

· Hold a mindfulness session (in person or online).

· Provide rewards for awareness. Give your staff or participants wellness points for each completed mindfulness session.

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