Wellbeing | How 'microbreaks' could reduce fatigue at work

How 'microbreaks' could reduce fatigue at work

The compounded stress that employees are feeling as a result of the pandemic is undeniable. However, according to new data discovered by North Carolina State University, just a five-minute ‘microbreak’ is enough to significantly reduce fatigue and improve ‘sharpness’.

The data, which was documented by the Daily Mail, was discovered in an international survey undertaken by researchers at the US-based university. It concluded that the implementation of what the researchers called ‘microbreaks’ was an effective way of staving off fatigue in the working day.

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