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Tips for Getting Back to Work after the holidays

by Jake Muller on Jan 16, 2017 1:33:35 PM

The holidays can be a great time for celebrating, enjoying quality time with friends and family, and taking some much needed R&R. But what happens when your holiday/vacation time is over and you have to get back to work? Nobody is ever really ready to get back to the grind and it can take a while to readjust. Luckily, a solution exists for curing your back to work blues: nutrient IV therapy.

Nutrient IV Therapy Boosts Your Energy

Certainly, we all know the feeling of being back at work after time off. The office is a bit quiet, productivity is a little slow, and everyone is wishing they were still on break. This is all quite common. But if you want to get back on track and start getting things done, nutrient therapy is a good way to start.

Usually around this time, our metabolism slows down due to holiday meals and general lack of exercise. Our body is usually missing key ingredients for keeping our energy levels up and may be deficient in important nutrients. Nutrients like magnesium and vitamin B12 can help you feel less lethargic and have a bigger boost to get you through the day. Nutrient IV therapy can help get these nutrients into your system, along with many other important vitamins and minerals. This way, while everyone else is feeling groggy, you're already miles ahead with a renewed energy.

Get Back Your Productivity When You Get Back to Work

We've mentioned a couple times before how helpful IV therapy can be for improving productivity, but it bears repeating. With an influx of nutrients entering your body, work almost feels like play with renewed vigor and strength.

One of the many ways it helps your productivity is by improving your circulation and blood flow. One of the causes of lethargy is most likely due to not having enough blood flow caused mainly by not keeping healthy habits during the holidays. During the holidays our bodies usually take some time off from their typical routine, therefore it's vital to get plenty of exercise and get the right nutrients.


Vitamin B1, B6, and B12 are great for making sure that blood cells are being pumped effectively and going where they need to go. When they do, all the organs work like they need to, and you'll be working at an optimal level too. That means getting all your work done correctly and efficiently.

It's always important to make sure your body is getting the right nutrients. And if it can help improve your productivity, that’s even better. Your employers will definitely take notice!

How to Improve Your Mood Against the Holiday Blues?

The holiday blues can get the better of us and can even last past our holiday time! Obviously, it doesn’t benefit anyone if we're not feeling our best and brightest. A good way to help combat that melancholic milieu of course is by making sure your body is healthy. A healthy body almost always leads to a healthy mind. It's safe to say our bodies are not always at their healthiest after vacations or holidays due to the high fat and high sugar diets. In fact,a lot foods high in sugars can interfere with mood-boosting vitamins and minerals and cause depression.

It’s important to make sure that you are getting the right amounts of nutrients in your system after the holidays in order to stabilize your mood. With the right nutrients flowing through your system, you will feel more mentally clear and focused than before. You'll be seizing the day instead of seizing a drink!

Get Plenty of Sleep to Prepare for Work After a Vacation


One thing that definitely gets out of whack after a vacation is our sleep cycles. It can be pretty difficult waking up early again, especially after getting to sleep in everyday. During vacation or holiday time, our bodies take a break from their routine and it can be hard to get back into that groove once it's time to get back to work.

As children, we’re taught the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, yet as adults we’re rarely able to get a decent night of shut-eye. If you’re having trouble sleeping there are plenty of nutrients like Selenium and Vitamin C to help you catch some Z's. These are some of the best nutrients to help you doze off and you don’t need to eat a bunch of sugary fruits to get them. You can just try some vitamin IV therapy and you’ll find yourself sleeping like a baby.

Healthy Tips For Managing Your Stress

Another thing about getting back to work after the holidays is how stressful it can be. You've just spent a week or two relaxing, maybe in an exotic location, and you're back in the grind again. You have a report due at the end of the week and a whole lot of emails to get back to and it's already giving you a headache thinking about it. The solution? Take a five-minute breather before work. Don’t look at any screens or answer any calls. Close your eyes and breathe deeply for five minutes. You’ll find that after those five minutes are up, you’re much more calm, clear-minded, and ready to take on any tasks.


You should also try nutrient IV therapy with vitamins like B6 and B12 or even folic acid to help give your brain a slight advantage. These vitamins are specifically geared towards helping your brain relax and helping your mind feel more at ease. Additionally, you can also try getting up earlier. When we wake up earlier, we find that we can take our time preparing for the day. This can help set the tone for the rest of the day and even get you a head start on your work.

So What's the Next Step?

If you really want to ease your transition from holiday to work, try nutrient IV therapy at Liquivida Lounge. It will seriously make things go much easier at work. You will feel like you're right back where you left off before the holidays but still just as relaxed as you were during your time off. You'll get back into the swing of things like nothing ever happened and you'll be able to do your work with the same work ethic as before, without having any "catch up" time.

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This post was written by Jake Muller