Move over, kids! Swinging is good for adults too. It’s #BoothHealth Tuesday and I’m talking about swinging in a swing or a hammock, romance narrators
Taking breaks from sitting or standing for hours in our booth is crucial to maintaining our health and well-being. Engaging in various activities during those breaks pushes some powerful re-set buttons on our physical and mental nature.
Swinging brims with sensory input in a calming way: the breeze that blows over your skin, the sensation of flying, the feeling of weightlessness, the relief for the eyes to view the distant scenery. Actively swinging in a traditional swing can burn about 200 calories per hour!
It’s springtime, and a perfect time to install some kind of swing or hammock in your world.