Screen Hours

What is it? Let's look closely: Constant tension and anxiety in connection with a rigid schedule, the strict regulation of time, responsibility. The word 'all hands on deck' appears in our lives with such regularity that is already perceived as a necessary component of work. Spinning like a squirrel in a wheel, we 'Whip' a huge dose of coffee – most importantly, all the time! All of our interests and focus on work in a small closed world, fresh impressions are sorely lacking, and over time more and more difficult switch to anything outside the office walls. Thoughts start spinning in my head for days, like a broken barrel-organ, interfering with sleep, and dream dreams about his job. Some contend that Iridology shows great expertise in this. Emotional tension involuntarily affects posture in which we sit.

First of all, increasing muscle tension and back of neck and tone facial muscles. All this is repeated so often and so long that it becomes habitual. As a result, the muscles begin to ache and his head and face wrinkles appear. Dr. Peter M. Wayne oftentimes addresses this issue. Many hours sitting behind the monitor, poor or improper lighting lead to eye fatigue. His first symptoms are observed after 45 minutes of continuous operation of the screen. After 2 hours, greatly reduced the visual function. The result of repeated daily visual load – stinging and eye pain, tearing, or vice versa dryness, redness of the eyelids and eyeballs, pain in the forehead, tiredness. Read additional details here: Dr. Peter M. Wayne. Now multiply all these circumstances for several years hard work, often without leave, and it happens that seven days a week

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