Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Many people spend many hours working on their computers, some because their work is done on a computer, and some because they relax with a computer. Both groups could benefit from observing the proper equipment and healthy.
The image you see on your computer screen is really going on and off 25 to 80 times per second, and the eye (and brain) the natural balance of storage to the vision of this jitter, it seems to be always on. But it is a natural image and after prolonged listening, you can get eye strain, headaches and blurred vision. To help your eyes every 15 minutes, lifting his eyes off the screen and watch a distant object - out the window at the end of the passage, or the farthest object you can find. A dark green object is the best color to look. When viewing a distant object, the eye muscles relax, they will not draw the eyes to the point where students are inclined towards the center, but instead of showing your students almost parallel lines of vision. dark green is a low glare, soothing colors.
Watch your back
Because we are sitting in almost exactly the same position for perhaps hours, this position is correct. If we slouch or sit in a way we use our back muscles to keep us there, this will result in a stiff back or loops and staples later, when we try to sleep in his bed. Make sure your chair supports your back and try to sit as straight as you can without being tight or uncomfortable. If your chair is not so great, try to tip the chair and sits around to come home for a while (if possible) or simply get up and stretch from time to time to relax muscles .
Avoid repetitive RACER Disorder (RSD)
Go the same way for long periods, days and weeks and months, can cause a disease called repetitive stress injury, where as the wrist joint is severely damaged by continuous mild strain over a long period. This damage can be very painful and difficult to correct, if left untreated. To prevent this problem from time to time, remove your hand from the mouse and put it under the table and pull up with the back of your hand and then press the table with your fingers. So flex your fingers quickly, then move your hand up and down and sideways, bending the wrist - in other words, do all the movements that are different movements you make with the mouse. In particular, these movements, if your mouse hand starts to feel stiff or sore, and even more especially if the wrist.
To avoid getting a stiff neck, make sure the computer screen is oriented correctly to the screen surface is 90 degrees in your field of vision. In addition, organizing the office, monitor and chair so that the screen is at a height that is most comfortable for your neck muscles. Looking a bit down on the screen is usually the best because it relaxes the shoulders, but the experiment until you find the height of the screen more comfortable for the neck muscles.
Use the right equipment
Make sure the monitor is a great care and precision, so vague, unclear image due to the screw eyes to concentrate, when fatigue and ultimately eye fatigue. Keyboards are cheap, so find one that is easy to use, without the use of excessive force, and to find a single layout is comfortable for you. Do not use a mouse, which is too small or too big hand, but to find one that "fits" and it is always nice.
This advice may seem trivial, but the next can avoid a lot of pretty serious damage to our bodies. These things are easy to make, and make sure you continue to enjoy the computer for a long time.
Posted by gfxcasa on
Try some of
the following tips. It's what I use to help myself feel relaxed and then I can
fall asleep easier.
Try going to
bed at the same time every night, even on the weekends. The routine is really
helpful for your body clock.
same kind of routine every night ie shower, teeth, reading in bed as this also
sends triggers to your mind.
Sleep in a cool room without any background noise.
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