Quick Fix Tips – Electrosensitivity 2

electrosenstivityBeing electrosensitive can affect you in your work place. However depending whether you are the boss or just a member of staff may determine what you can do about it. Similarly depending on whether you work in a large open-plan office or a small private office will make a difference.

So here we go!First thing first lets look at logic.

  1. Switch your mobile phone off when you don’t need it. If you have a no personal mobile policy in the office you may as well switch it off.
  2. Electrical devices that you do not constantly use switch off. These items may include scanners, photocopiers and re-chargers.
  3. If you are desk bound and looking at a computer screen then you need to take regular breaks. If only momentarily it will help. Use your entitlement of coffee and lunch breaks to get out of the office. Get some fresh air.
  4. Speak to your boss. Don’t be worried, they may just as equally be aware.
  5. If you feel wired click on this link to breathing techniques.

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About Michael Cohen
Wild Forest Gym, is the only UK ‘Functional Natural Movement Fitness’ training program for obstacle course training. We provide specialist Race Fit, Race Safe and Race Ready training for beginners and seasoned obstacle course challengers. We provide training camps and sessions based on the themes of Hazard Training, Safety Skill Training, Obstacles Training, Obstacle Course Fitness, Sports Injury Prevention, Sports Yoga, Training Plans, Training & Race preparation, kit & nutrition. We use the elements of the forest environment to teach functional natural movement techniques to increase your endurance, strength, speed, flexibility and coordination on both physical and mind levels. We us use: the trees to climb, balance and jump from; the earth below your hands and feet, to connect and feel the ground, whilst you bear crawl, walk and barefoot run; and the random shapes of each log and stone that cause every: throw, catch, carry and lift to be unique.

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