Accident at work compensation in Gosport


How to be bright and useful in the mornings, and when to claim accident at work compensation

Getting up in the morning is probably one of your least favourite things about your job. Many people find that tiredness can carry on through the first few hours of the day, making them unproductive in the mornings and struggling to complete tasks. For your employer, this can be a problem, as they are paying you to do the same quality of work all day long, rather than just in the afternoons.

For this reason, if you feel extremely tired during the day you should try to do what you can to bring up your energy levels as soon as you wake up, so that you feel more energised when you get into work.

  • Wake up earlier. This may seem counter-productive, to try to be more awake by getting less sleep, but actually if you wake up half an hour earlier each morning, it gives your body a chance to fully wake up by the time you get into work, so that you are not still half asleep by the time you get in.
  • Eat something. Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day for people who want to be bright and happy in the mornings. Breakfast gives you an energy boost and can help to wake you up too. Try healthier options such as eggs which have protein – good for helping you to wake up.
  • Don’t rely on coffee. So many adults use coffee to try to wake themselves up in the mornings, but caffeine just gives you a temporary boost and you might find that you start to slip again by mid-morning. Try to wake yourself up naturally with water and fruit juices to rehydrate.
  • Walk to work. If you live too far away to walk to work, you can try getting off the bus or train a little early so that you have a five or ten minute walk into the office. This is great for helping you to feel refreshed before you get in.

Claiming accident at work compensation in Gosport.

If you feel that you have been made ill through overwork, or through the negligence of your employer, you should consider claiming accident at work compensation in Gosport. The Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years’ experience in the field of accident at work compensation in Gosport and works with experienced and dedicated personal injury lawyers, who will work on a 100% no win no fee* basis to get you the accident at work compensation in Gosport that you deserve.

You can call the helpline on 0800 689 0500 to get help putting a claim together and to make a start on your claim as soon as possible, with a lawyer who will work entirely on your behalf, so that you don’t even have to go to court.

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