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HAIRDRESSERS WELL-BEING: DAVINES TIPS

The PROPER DIET TO BE MORE PROFICIENT WORKING IN SALON

THE FITNESS TO BE ALWAYS ON TOP

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Easy excercises to feel better and work better!

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Easy excercises to feel better and work better!

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Easy excercises to feel better and work better!

To improve the quality level of the psychophysical wellbeing satisfying also the specific needs of the profession, the hairdresser has therefore to eat correctly, having the chance of feeling full of energy.

During the working day, they often have just little time for lunch and snacks, while stressing the body by standing for long periods of time.

To encourage hairdressers to keep a balanced diet, Davines has studied a range of easy suggestions that help to prevent and fight tiredness, digestive problems and bloating. These discomforts can indeed compromise the performance and the health of the professionals.

Eating in a varied way, by combining different foods, and eating suitable amounts of food for the body and the specific activity carried out are just few precautions to feel good and work better.

To have every day the right amount of energy remember to:

- Have a good breakfast;

- Choose food that is simple and light;

- Go for seasonal foods, whole grain cereals and pasta;

- Opt for foods that contain mineral salts to strengthen your immune defenses and to resolve problems of mood swings, irritability, and lack of concentration;

- Never go for more than 3 hours without eating.

Last, but not least, remember to take as much time as you need to eat in a healthy, balanced way and share this moment with your colleagues and co-workers.

Eating well will make you feel good and work better!

After a correct diet, it is usefull to do some easy exercises, aimed to correct wrong posture, avoid injuries, prevent professional pathologies arise, while letting off the stress.

Hairdressing is indeed is a matter of physical and mental effort, made of recurring movements that always require a high level of precision and accuracy, while standing almost still for the whole day.

Davines exercises mainly focus on the breathing technique as well as the main “key areas” for an hairstylist: hands, wrists, cervical, vertebral column.

Few minutes of stretching per day are enough to keep fit and feeling good, before, during and after the salon work.

Find out other lifestyles guidelines to support your in salon daily activity.