Training/Activity ideas for working at home Unless you are able to leave home you are probably much less active than you are usually. In an average day at work you walk there and back go out for a walk at lunchtime. You may change rooms/buildings as well as any sports or activities. Non of this happens during home working. It is very easy to spend your whole time sitting and forget to do other things. If you include some activity in your plans it will help your concentration as well as keeping your energy levels high it will lift your mood.
To prevent yourself being overcome with worry, it is important to structure your time so life still has a routine. Why not write some lists of things you might try: books to read, box sets to watch, exercise you like to do, Games to playRecipes to tryNew skillsfriends who you don’t normally have time to talk to
Activities Download an interval app. It lets you set the time and number of reps. The free ver…
Temporary Closure What a strange time this is for everyone. It is over three weeks since Glynis made the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors and we have all been adjusting to our new lives in lockdown ever since. Although we aren’t in the clinic, we remain in touch with each other via email and WhatsApp.
Appointments We are still able to offer telephone consultations, or video consultations. These have been popular especially the short 15 minute calls which we are offering free of charge. You can book both of these appointments online or by giving the practice a call. How things have been I think we have all been feeling rather bombarded with bad news, and whilst we don’t want to make light of this horrible virus, especially given so many people are suffering in so many ways, we have been trying to focus on the positives.
Here are Jane’s observations from her third week in lockdown It’s good to work
Top Tips for Sitting Comfortably at Your DeskThis helpful blog post was written by Mary Monro, the latest Osteopath to join the team here at Eyre Place. Mary is an osteopath with 20 years experience. She is very experienced treating babies and children so if you need some support do get in touch. Under current circumstances the team here at Eyre Place are unable to make face to face appointments. Instead we are offering video consultations and advice via email or phone. Book online at the website below.
1.If you are using a laptop, use either a separate keyboard or a separate screen so that both your hands and your back are comfortable. Slumping over your hands to look at the laptop screen is agony for your upper back. 2. Make sure your hips are higher than your knees when you are sitting in your chair. It helps those joints and encourages your back into a better position. 3. Sit with your back against the back of your chair. Whether you have a special, ergonomically designed chair or a …