Nurse Health Tips
Nurse Health Tips
NURSE HEALTH TIPS
As nurses we must do the best we can to take care of ourselves (no one else at the hospital is going to do that for us). This includes giving our bodies the rest, rejuvenation and tender love that we give to our patients each shift. No more self-sacrificing attitudes! Here are 7 energizing pre-shift yoga poses to start your nursing shift off on the right foot!
Water is essential for nurses to stay hydrated, maintain stamina and for overall health and well-being. Nurse health is as important as our patient’s health and must be prioritized to prevent dehydration during busy hospital shifts. Here are 6 easy ways to stay hydrated during nursing shifts.
A holistic approach to self-care encompasses several different components—including nutrition, lifestyle, environmental and socioeconomic factors—to make sure that you’re not neglecting any aspect of your wellness. In this post, we break down each of these elements and explain how nurses can better practice them in their daily lives.
Busy nurses need a mental break from constant social media use – especially since our our brains are already constantly flipping through patient care tasks. Here are 3 great reasons why nurses should take a social media break.
As a busy nurse it can be so hard to find time to exercise, especially since the average workout class lasts about 60 minutes. The good news is that there are lots of workouts that can easily be done at home on your own time whenever you have a few free minutes. Here are 7 ideas that will help you squeeze in a quick & effective workout with minimal equipment and time. Now, take off your scrubs, put on your workout clothes and get moving!