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Employees Who Travel Actively are Healthier

A vital mobility plan against lifestyle diseases; By exercising outdoors, the body benefits from natural light and fresh air. Employees who travel actively not only contribute to a better climate but are also demonstrably healthier. A vital mobility policy pays for itself directly in the employees' health.

Exercising outdoors has various benefits for the body and mind. It stimulates the production of vitamin D, which is essential for strong bones and a healthy immune system. Additionally, it helps us produce more melatonin (the sleep hormone) in the evening if we have been outside during the day. Sunlight and daylight also stimulate the production of serotonin in the skin, which has a positive effect on our mood.

In addition to these physiological benefits, exercising outdoors also aids relaxation. Encountering nature along the way enhances the relaxation even further. Moreover, outdoor exercise is more addictive and motivating than exercising in a gym. Furthermore, exercising in colder temperatures burns more body fat.

Exercising outdoors also benefits our eye muscles as they are trained by the alternation between looking far and near. Finally, positive connections are established more quickly during outdoor exercise.

By investing in a vital mobility policy that promotes outdoor exercise, you are investing in the health and vitality of your employees.

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