We typically think of having to protect your eyes at work if you are doing manual labor or handling chemicals. But in 2019, there is a different concern regarding eye health known as Digital Eye Strain. This has lead the oldest volunteer eye health and safety group, Prevent Blindness, to name March Workplace Eye Wellness Awareness month, bringing more awareness to the issue.
Running a business is not for the faint of heart and requires countless hours to ensure that all elements of Element run smoothly and its foundation is stable. The wellness field expands constantly, as more and more people understand the importance of taking care of themselves and investing in their health.
With food allergies, sensitivities, gluten intolerance, and concerns about unhealthy additives on the rise, grocery shopping can feel like a mine field of hazards. Federal law mandates that labels on prepared foods declare ingredients, with a call-out to the most common (and often life-threatening) allergens: eggs, milk, fish, crustacean shellfish, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, and tree nuts.
When we are stressed, we carry it in our body as well as our minds. We might experience a familiar tension in our shoulders, or nausea, or a knotting feeling in our stomachs. We may be carrying stress and not even be aware of it.