Workplace Wellness is No Longer a Theory: Clinical Studies Confirm It Really Works

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The average working professional spends forty plus hours at work each week. And those hours are important, dictating many aspects of a person’s life outside of the money they make and the career they pursue. Those hours may dictate how often a gainfully employed person can exercise, what kind of food they eat, and how well they sleep.

The damaging health effects of working in an office have been well-documented in numerous studies and listicles online. But the response from the health and wellness industry has been weak at best. Cheezy mobile apps, throwaway achievement prizes, and nauseating inspirational videos have been touted as keys to inspiring healthier living in the office.

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