Health Tips for those who sit in front of the Computer for longer hours
Sit with straight back, take your eyes off screen every few minutes, stretch your body, use keyboard more than mouse.
Walk away to get a drink or go to the wash room every 1 1/2 to 2 hours, and if possible, look out of the window to stretch your eye muscles, by looking at the Green fields (if any), on far and near. This may probably help in delaying to get the reading glass eyeware.
take small walks of 5 minutes outside to relax your body every hour and this helps in taking fresh air.
after every hour,one should look at an object which is very far for 30 seconds.this will keep eyes healthy
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