Tips for Teachers at Work
If you are a teacher who must give long lectures or write on chalk or dry erase boards, try pacing a little, even just shifting feet to keep blood circulating.
If your teaching style is more flexible, try moving around the classroom, or even sitting for short periods of time.
Invest in shoes or insoles that provide sufficient support for your feet.
A good foundation can prevent tired, worn out legs and keep you moving. If you’re unable to move around, try bending your knees and rotating your ankles.
Both male and female teachers can enjoy the benefits and comfort of prescription grade compression stockings. They apply just the right amount of pressure to prevent varicose and spider veins.
When getting around from classroom to classroom, take the long way or the stairs whenever you can. You would be surprised how much a little adds up in a week!
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