How To Survive Working a Physically Demanding Job
You might have to survive in a physically demanding work environment one day. You could be a warehouse worker, construction worker, or have a job that requires you to be on the move during your entire shift. These are some tips for getting by so that you won't tire yourself, hurt yourself, or pray for mercy after your first day.
Eat and Drink
This seems like an obvious directive, but you'd be surprised how many people don't get the proper number of calories for the job they work. Additionally, many people don't like to drink water, but it's essential for maintaining energy and feeding all the body's cells.
Use a convenient calorie calculator to figure out how much you need to consume for your age, weight, and activity level. It will work out best if you choose the highest activity level and over-estimate a little bit. As for water, you should drink eight glasses a day and bring several bottles to work with you.
Get Adequate Sleep
Try to force a minimum of seven to eight hours of sleep every day. Schedule your resting time around your workday, and be sure to ready the environment for sleeping. Don't let any television, music, or other distractions stop your mind, body, and soul from getting the relaxation they need.
Ask for Help if You Need It
Don't go to the job trying to flex, compete, or prove anything. Ask another worker for help if you need it. In fact, your employer might insist that you do so. They would rather you ask for assistance and get another person to help you than hurt yourself and have to stay out of work. Tell the truth if you can't do something alone and give your boss and colleagues the chance to rescue you if they're willing.
You can survive a physically demanding job if you take care of yourself well. You may not want to do it for eternity, but you can keep up with it for quite some time.