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Healthy Hints - Frequent Breaks

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It is widely accepted that people should avoid extended periods of computer use without taking breaks.  The actual recommended details do differ from country to country and in some locations there are regulations that entitle you to breaks from your computer screen.  However, general guidance is to take a 5 to 10 minute break every hour.

By taking these frequent breaks you give your body time to recover from being in a static posture, this can minimize the risk of health related problems such as Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI), eyes and muscle strain.

WarningDisclaimer
The information displayed here should not be considered as official advice but is rather a generalization of recommendations from around the World.
IMPORTANT: If you feel that you may be experiencing any health issues you should always seek advice from a health professional such as a doctor or optician.

Frequent Breaks

Break Activity Ideas

  • Time for a drink
  • Pop out side for some fresh air
  • Gentle stretching exercises
  • Talk to a friend, colleague or pet
  • Tidy up your computer area
  • Water your plants

Employees

Unfortunately, these breaks don't necessary mean a break from your work but a break from your computer.

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