Weekends are very important to workers. This is because whether or not you rest properly on the weekend determines your condition for the coming week. This is why many office workers make plans for rest a few days before the weekend.
Rest is different for each individual. Some people recharge their vitality through outdoor activities, while others relieve stress by leading a secluded and serene life. However, there are bad habits that are commonly used as relaxation methods스포츠토토, but actually add to fatigue. Find out 3 things to avoid on the weekend to relieve fatigue.
A glass of alcohol on the weekend is known as a kind of relaxation method to relax the tense mind and body. However, excessive drinking or drinking all day long on weekends should be avoided. It is because it is an act that adds to the fatigue that we have to deal with in the coming week.
It is also pointed out as a problem that precious weekend time is divided into ‘drinking time’ and ‘hangover time’. Excluding the time for drinking, the rest of the weekend is spent fighting against hangovers. In this case, you are more likely to feel lethargic on Sunday evening or Monday morning before going to work.
▲ Excessive indoor life
All office workers, excluding telecommuters, have to repeatedly commute to and from work throughout the week, regardless of their doctor. This is the reason why I promise to stay at home on the weekend. But being literally at home all weekend is not a very recommended way to relax. This is because of the risk of feeling depressed or alienated due to monotonous and repetitive indoor life. If you do not prefer outdoor activities, it is desirable to lead an indoor life mainly on weekends, but add light outdoor activities such as walking.
▲ Delivery food
Delivery food itself cannot be said to be bad. This is because on weekends when you want to rest comfortably, you may want to eat food cooked by someone else. However, it should be avoided to solve the entire weekend meal with delivery food. There is a high risk of overeating due to Korea’s delivery food culture, where single-serve delivery is rare, and the risk of overconsumption of salt and fat is high.