10 ways to keep your workaholic body healthy

Workaholic woman

BY NATALIE DAVIS, CPT
Tagg Magazine

Americans work more than citizens in any other industrialized country in the world. However, we take fewer vacations, retire older, and work longer days. These factors can affect one’s health and lead to such chronic conditions as high blood pressure, arthritis, depression, and obesity. The average American works 35 to 45 hours a week, and in cities with large populations, it can be as high as 50 hours.

You need to decide that fitness and wellness are important to you and then take measured steps toward your objectives. Don’t overextend yourself and exercise like never before to achieve your fitness and wellness goals. This year, try to do something different.

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Tagg Magazine is a print and online resource for LBT women in the DC Metropolitan and Rehoboth, DE areas.

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