Tag - healthy computing

Healthy Computing: More Relief

Did you practice some of the stretches we sent you last week? If not, make a commitment to yourself to do a stretch or self-massage every hour. If you spend 1 minute per hour taking these stretch breaks, it only adds up to 8 minutes per day. Think...

Healthy Computing: Relief

Do you find that you begin to ache when working at the computer? Does a
good massage sound inviting at the end of the day? When working for
extended periods we often begin to ache, especially at the end of a long
week.

Healthy Computing: Drop Your Shoulders

We often tense our shoulders as we rush through the day, focusing on our tasks, anxious to complete our jobs well. Tense shoulders, which often creep up toward our ears, can contribute to tension in our arms, wrists and hands, and interfere with...

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Healthy Computing: Increase Energy

While working do you find yourself tired and quickly irritated by minor
hassles? Do depressive thoughts quickly arise? Do you realize that you
responded excessively only after you have lashed out and reacted?

Healthy Computing: Transpose to the Future

Feeling stuck and frustrated? Does it seem that the problem is unsolvable and will never end? The more we feel frustrated, defeated or upset, the more are we aroused and the more are our trigger points in our muscles activate. Allow the arousal to...

Healthy Computing: Too High or Too Low

A good chair at the appropriate height provides a solid foundation from which to work. If our chair is too high we tend to perch, which limits our reach and increases pressure on our thighs. It also reduces movement and circulation in our legs. If...

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