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    Injury experts in Royston

    Balancing work and play – injury experts in Royston

    Even if you adore your job, there will be times when things get on top of you, and it is not healthy to be working all the time. A common problem with freelancers or those who work for themselves is the predisposition to work 7 days a week, 365 days a year, because these people only get paid when they are working. However, this is very dangerous and can actually lead to a downturn in productivity over time.

    Not only this, but in the worst case scenario it can lead to a total breakdown as the stress and pressure builds up. If you work for yourself then you can choose to take some time off. However, if you work for an employer that is pushing you to work too hard then you need to tell them to give you some time and space to enjoy the leisure side of your life as well. If you don’t do this then you may end up getting ill from stress.

    • Find time to relax. If you are on a deadline or just having a busy time at work, it is still important that you find time to relax and de-stress. Take just 5 minutes out of your day to sit somewhere quietly, breathe and take some time for yourself.
    • Split work and play time equally. If you are working 8 hours a day for 5 days a week, then make sure you take 40 hours a week for leisure activities as well. This does not include sleeping! Go out for dinner, visit the cinema or just curl up and read a book without thinking of work. Just make sure that your time is completely balanced so that you don’t feel that work is taking over your life.
    • Take a holiday. You deserve a holiday as much as anyone else does. Even if your company relies on you, it will not go under if you take 5 days off a year to go somewhere and relax. It can help to get out of the country so you can stop thinking about work altogether.
    • Do something you enjoy every day. Even days which are full of work need to have something fun to break up the stress. Take some time out each day to do one thing that you enjoy.

    Finding injury experts in Royston for work stress

    If you have had a breakdown or become ill from stress then you can find injury experts in Royston to help you to claim compensation against your employer. It is best to use injury experts in Royston as they can ease the stress that can come from a compensation claim. Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years experience in the field of personal injury compensation claims and offers a dedicated team of injury experts in Royston to help you through your claim. Just call 0800 689 0500 to make a start on your claim.

    Date Published: 31st October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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