FAQs

Have you been asking these questions!

Why should I go on vacation?

Have you been excusing to take a break just because your desk is still mess up with files?

For how long you have been complaining how exhausted you are without looking for a solution?

For how long you have been frustrated for working long hours without having a proper rest?

Some employees are suffering from being overworked, overwhelmed and overwrought just because they do not take the break.

Are you still going to make some excuses? Taking a break is an excellent investment towards life because, its good for both physical and mental health.

Well, this is the time for a long break……

 

1.CLOSE RELATIONSHIP

It is said to be one of the most significant benefits of having a vacation. Family vacation increases familial relationship because it allows us to share memories, lots of activities to do. Spending time with family will isolate us from ordinary daily activities such as work, school, and many more everyday activities.

 

2. REDUCING STRESS

Having a vacation help in reducing stress by removing people from the activities and environments that they associate with stress and anxiety. A study conducted by the University of Vienna found that after taking time off from work, vacationers had fewer stress-related physical complaints such as headaches, backaches, and heart irregularities, and they still felt better five weeks later.

 

3. IMPROVING HEALTH

A vacation can help your physical health too, no wonder. The stress of working can take a severe toll on your heart. For both men and women, taking a vacation every two years compared to every six will lessen the risk of coronary heart disease or heart attacks, according to the study.
“It shows how the body reacts to a lifestyle of stress,” said Elaine Eaker, the author of a study by the Framingham Heart Study.

 

4. MORE PRODUCTIVITY

Getting more done in less time allows us to get ahead and be more productive, but it takes consistent focus to be genuinely fruitful. A study by the Boston Consulting Group found that high-level professionals who were required to take time off were significantly more overall production than those who spent more time working.
“The importance of restoration is rooted in our physiology. Human beings are not designed to expend energy continuously,” The Times reported. “Rather, we are meant to pulse between spending and recovering energy.”

 

5. NEW PERSPECTIVES

No matter where you are enjoying your vacation! Getting out from work gives you outstanding time to resonate and open your mind to new potentialities. At such a break, you got an opportunity to look into the world as a whole. You can spend the time on reading the books of your choice, learn new cultural experience and change your viewpoint to one that will help you in advancement to have better vision when you return to your job.

 

6. IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH

Working all the time and getting things done may make you think you are genius than Einstein or you are the king of the world. However, your brain is feeling something completely disparate. Research by the University of California Irvine’s Gregory Hickok found that our brains do not have stock resources to gather energy and power. Vacations can help reset your mind.
Feelings of calm arise and relieve the stress, which allows the body and mind to heal in ways that it could not if it were still under pressure.