More than ever before, job stress is being recognised as a major concern for not only workplace productivity, with stress being blamed for 25% to 40% of job burnout but also for our mental and physical well being.
Maintaining a healthy work-life balance has never been harder.
Job stress can fray nerves, keep you up at night, effect relationships and contribute to serious health problems such as heart disease and depression.
Throughout our day at work we are continually being bombarded with immense amounts of stimuli from computer screens and mobile devices to bumper to bumper traffic that leave many both physically and mentally exhausted by the end of their work day.
“In the course of a day, the average person in a Western city is said to be exposed to as much data as someone in the 15th century would encounter in their entire life.” – Gaia Vince, BBC
In recent years, studies on floatation therapy have shown profound results for stress management and recommend it as a valuable alternative to other techniques.
“It has relaxing, mood, and performance enhancing effects that seem to be more profound than those of other relaxation techniques. Especially in the field of burnout and chronic fatigue” – Dr Dirk Van Dierendonck, Psychology and Health
The environment inside a float pod in unique and unlike anything you can find elsewhere. You get to remove yourself from all stimuli including light, sound, sense of touch and gravity and give both your mind and body a chance to relax, de-stress and recharge.
Many forward thinking companies are recognising floatation therapy as a valuable tool for their employees to help increase productivity as well as improve employee health and well-being.
“Corporate wellness, once perceived as a warm and fuzzy feel-good practice, is now considered a bottom line driver, according to industry experts.” Indianapolis Business Journal
According to a study published by the American Journal of Health Promotions, for every $1 spent on wellness programs, employers can expect a return of $2.30 to $10.10 through lower medical claims, reduced absenteeism, improved productivity and other factors.
The benefits of a corporate wellness program include:
- Increased employee productivity
- Increased health and well-being
- Decreased health care costs
- Decreased short and long-term disability
- Decreased workers’ compensation costs
- Decreased employee absenteeism
- Improved corporate image
- Enhanced recruitment and retention
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