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Practicing yoga in the workplace may be an effective way for employees to help maintain their health and reduce the chances that they will need to take time off from work as a result of problems with their mental or physical well-being.

The day-in and day-out monotony of an office job can sometimes take a toll on workers' mental and physical health since they spend much of their time seated in front of their computers.

For this reason, some employers and health experts recommend that employees should get up and move throughout the day by taking walks at lunch time or simply stretching regularly.


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