When Are You Most Productive?


Have you ever noticed that sometimes you feel really productive and other times you just can’t seem to get anything done? Well, it turns out that our productivity is affected by a few different things.

There are three main things that can affect how productive we are: our mood, our health, and our energy levels. These things can change throughout the day, which is why you might feel more productive at certain times.

Your mood can have a big impact on how productive you are. If you’re feeling happy and motivated, you’re more likely to get things done. On the other hand, if you’re feeling sad or stressed, it can be harder to focus and be productive.

Your physical health can also affect your productivity. If you’re feeling sick or tired, it can be harder to get things done. That’s why it’s important to take care of yourself by eating healthy foods, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly.

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Finally, your energy levels can affect your productivity. If you’re feeling sluggish and tired, it can be hard to focus and get things done. On the other hand, if you’re feeling energized and alert, you’ll be more productive.

Personally, I find that I am most productive in the morning, especially after a good night’s sleep. I also find that if the weather is nice and sunny, it puts me in a good mood and helps me be more productive.

So, when are you most productive? Pay attention to your mood, health, and energy levels throughout the day to figure out when you work best. And remember to take care of yourself by eating well, getting enough sleep, and staying active.


Unwell, or need someone to talk to.

Feeling unwell?

In the event of a life-threatening emergency, 999 immediately. Text relay users can also call 18000 to get through to 999.

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No need to worry, as there are several ways to get the medical help you need. One option is to use the NHS 111 service, which can be accessed through their website at https://111.nhs.uk/. This service can provide you with valuable medical information and guide you in the right direction for the help you require.

For those who require assistance in other ways, there are additional options available. Text relay users can call 18001 111 using text relay, 24 hours a day. British Sign Language (BSL) users can access the service through signvideo.co.uk/nhs111.

If you require an interpreter, call 111 and ask for assistance in your preferred language. Don’t let feeling unwell ruin your bank holiday – take advantage of these resources to get the help you need.

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Need someone to talk to?

If so then have a look on this website https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/guides-to-support-and-services/crisis-services/helplines-listening-services/ it lists various helplines you can phone. Also if you feel more secure doing so by text, or struggle to use a phone, there are some text/messenger/email options on some of the helplines you can access too. Please seek help if you are struggling!!