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Reduce Work-Related Stress with AXA PPP healthcare

Plus Win a weekend break in Scotland!

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Are you grinding your teeth at night? Do you end the day with tight shoulders? Is getting out of bed in the morning an endless struggle? If you answered yes to any of these then you might be suffering from work-related stress. So many of us are finding it increasingly harder to wind down at the end of a day, not made easier by the array of technology that ensures we stay switched on at all times. So not only are we stressed at work but we carry that stress right up until bed time, only to wake up again and repeat the cycle all over again. So how does one manage this so that it doesn’t get taken out on our partner, family or friends? AXA PPP healthcare have a dedicated Stress Centre with experts on hand to give you tips and ideas on managing your stress. But here are a few Hip and Healthy ideas to start you on your way:

1. Give your jaw a massage before bed: This will help to ease any tension that has been building throughout the day.

2. Yoga: For one hour you will be hard pushed to think about anything other than holding a pose or your breath.

3. Running: Such a great cardio activity that will help release stress  whilst burning calories

Win A Break in Scotland (that’s one way to bust stress!)

Another great way to tackle stress is taking a break out of your daily routine and booking a break. And what could be more appealing than spending some all-important you-time in the gorgeous Scottish countryside. AXA PPP healthcare and Visit Scotland have teamed up to offer one lucky winner a luxurious two night stay for two at the five-star Stobo Castle in Scotland. Plus you’ll both receive a complimentary back massage and unlimited use of all the divine spa facilities. And all meals will be provided for as well £200 spending money and £200 towards the cost of travel.

ENTER: To enter the competition visit the competition Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AXAPPP/app_128546743959405

Competition closes on 31st March.