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Managing Computer Stress by Easy Exercise
10 Tips


Stress comes from all sides these days, in home and workplace. Computer related stress - caused typically by crashing or malfunctioning programmes , slow downloads, irritating emails or just sheer job repetition and figuring out how to do things online- can build up and cause you to feel bad, and eventually even make you ill.

Luckily gentle easy exercise is an excellent preventive and cure for computer related stress and workplace anxieties.

Assuming you aren't obese, pregnant or have any condition that could be made worse by exercise, here are 10 tested and useful tips for staying cooler and fitter at the PC.


Location

Method

1. Eyes

Close eyes and gently massage lids. Then open them and look away and focus on a distant object. Dont look at any one object too long, a few seconds will do. Repeat several times.

2. Lungs

Relax and breathe in counting 5 and out deeply and slowly counting 10 for about 1 min. Close your eyes if you wish, but don't fall asleep!

3. Neck

Turn your head gently to the left then to the right a few times.
Don't strain.

4. Wrists

Hold them in front of you and gently rotate clockwise and then anticlockwise a few times. Again, please don't strain.

5. Hands

Place them by your sides, palms downward facing and at right angles to your arms. Make 10 SMALL circles with each hand, clockwise and then anticlockwise.

6. Elbows

Move your arms to the front, rest the tips of your fingers on your shoulders, and rotate your elbows in small circles 10 times clockwise. Relax, Repeat rotating your elbows in an anticlockwise direction.

7. Shoulders

With head and neck relaxed, squeeze your shoulders upwards towards your ears. Relax. Now reach downward at both sides for a few seconds, not bending and keeping your arms straight. Relax.

8. Back

Stand and GENTLY flexing your body forward and backward a couple of times. Don't bend too far, and STOP if you feel dizzy.

9. Legs

Walk away from your PC at least once an hour. Try taking mini-breaks at your keyboard every 5 minutes or so.

10. General

Live healthily away from the computer. Sport, yoga, a good diet and meditation will all help raise your overall stress resistance.

Bonus tip:
If you feel embarrassed, start with eye, hand, wrist and neck exercises.
But remember that breaks are important too!

Gently and gradually exercise your PC stress away,
and you'll achieve better productivity,
plus healthy more relaxed computing thru noughties and beyond!

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Exercising at the Work Station (1)

Elbow/wrist exercise

Exercising at the Work Station (2)

Eye exercise

 

 

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