Did you know that working in an office environment painted white causes a stress response in the brain?  That   sitting   in   a   chair   for   prolonged   periods   gradually   causes   a   reduction   in   blood   flow   (and   thus   oxygen and glucose) to the brain? That long-term low-level stress can eventually cause brain cells to rupture?  That   working   in   natural   light   correlates   with   a   significant   improvement   in   productivity   and   mood,   when compared to people who work in artificially lit offices?  Many   business   leaders   already   understand   that   traditional   working   practices   conflict   with   the   way   our   brains function.   It’s   almost   as   if   we’ve   gone   that   extra   mile   just   to   run   our   businesses   badly.   Lowering   productivity, increasing   lost   time   through   ill   health,   suppressing   performance,   and   denying   our   economy   the   gargantuan potential of innovative thinking that’s being kept under wraps. Increase productivity Reduce sick days Make people happier at work Once   employers   and   their   employees   understand   how   brains   function   best,   and   thus   how   to   make   simple adjustments to the environment, corporate culture and individual responsibility, everyone’s a winner.  Talk to us and we can help.
NEUROFILES Dr Rebecca Torrance Jenkins
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Did   you   know   that   working   in   an   office   environment painted white causes a stress response in the brain?  That   sitting   in   a   chair   for   prolonged   periods   gradually causes   a   reduction   in   blood   flow   (and   thus   oxygen and glucose) to the brain? That   long-term   low-level   stress   can   eventually   cause brain cells to rupture?  That     working     in     natural     light     correlates     with     a significant    improvement    in    productivity    and    mood, when   compared   to   people   who   work   in   artificially   lit offices?  Many   business   leaders   already   understand   that   traditional working     practices     conflict     with     the     way     our     brains function.   It’s   almost   as   if   we’ve   gone   that   extra   mile   just   to run      our      businesses      badly.      Lowering      productivity, increasing     lost     time     through     ill     health,     suppressing performance,   and   denying   our   economy   the   gargantuan potential    of    innovative    thinking    that’s    being    kept    under wraps. Increase productivity Reduce sick days Make people happier at work Once    employers    and    their    employees    understand    how brains    function    best,    and    thus    how    to    make    simple adjustments    to    the    environment,    corporate    culture    and individual responsibility, everyone’s a winner.  Talk to us and we can help.

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