Do not mix work and holiday. It is important to fully perform both separately. Of course good if what you do as a job, do your strength and energy to bring you pleasure and cause your interest. Do not be lazy to move gradually and continuously. No need to adhere to a chair or sofa in the same pose. It is useful to do a little workout in the form of simple movements wrists, necks to the left to the right.
And more often remind yourself to keep your back straight and shoulders straightened. The room should be aired at least 10 minutes a day. Air should not be too dry nor too wet. The optimum temperature - 22-28 degrees Celsius. It is important that the lighting was adequate. Chronic stay in the shade reduces intellectual performance and can lead to depression uncomfortable for the eyes glossy surfaces, excessively reflective.
Poor-quality fluorescent light may bother not only visual but also the nervous system, and you will not even notice what is wrong. It is important as well as to your workplace and your place of stay in general, were arranged conveniently, efficiently. All necessary to be always on hand and in his place, so you do not divert attention constantly searching for the right things, because the maintenance of attention and interest to work (and it is interconnected) requires a constant cost energy. Clothes should not hamper the movements and interfere with normal circulation. Make sure that the food was timely and contains sufficient nutrients, not just to satisfy the hunger and afforded calories. It may be advisable to supplement your diet a multivitamin complexes, minerals, and amino acids. Sure, go for the benefit of exercise: morning exercise, walking, swimming pool, gym, etc. ... Some essential oils, candles and sticks are used in aromatherapy, can slightly raise the tone and mood, calming effect. Pick them to your taste. There is also a very large number of natural herbal remedies, tonics nervous system, improve mental performance and increase the portability of loads such as teas, herbs, tinctures, extracts. For example: St. John's wort, ginkgo biloba, mate, guarana, green tea, radiogram, lemongrass, ginseng, Siberian ginseng. They are usually not harmful, do not cause depletion of reserves and are widely available for sale at a reasonable price. However, beware of dietary supplements, lure poetic descriptions and promise miraculous results.