Now, as you wash your face and take your cap off, you can finally care about something else. Until now, it was all about the litter you had just delivered at the lunchtime emergency C-section, preceded by an entire surgery morning, so take and appreciate this moment to think about yourself. Standing in incorrect positions for a long time, carrying anesthetized patients’ weight, sustained body tension…can cause numbness and tightness in some specific muscles and, in the long term, could lead to more severe injuries. Look for a room with dim light (X-ray or ultrasound room may fit!) and close your eyes for a bit. If you’re still feeling rushed, start by doing the exercises in “Consultations Mode” to slow down. Your body may feel heavy; look for a comfortable chair to sit in. It is also lovely to go outside for a minute and get some fresh air, feel the sunlight on your face for a few moments, and don’t forget to hydrate yourself and eat proper meals.