How to manage driver fatigue as an Uber driver
Everyone who is working full-time will get tired at some point during their week, and this is no different for Uber drivers. Uber drivers may experience driver fatigue from working long hours along with the fact that they will be situated in the same seat for most of the day or night.
Exercise to stay fit
Having a good diet is only half of the equation. The other half is exercise, especially if you want a well-balanced lifestyle. You should do at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day if you want a healthy work/life balance. To maintain your muscle health, you will want to stretch your back, neck and shoulders throughout the day. This will be helpful as you will be spending long periods of time out on the open road and sitting in the same position for hours at a time.
Like any career, a good night’s sleep is essential for you to operate at your optimal performance. This is even more so for driving with Uber or any other private hire company for that matter. If your working hours are during the late night, ensure that you’re getting enough sleep the following day. You must be well rested to do your job appropriately and most importantly, safely.