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1. Taking hourly breaks.
After every few hours get up from your desk and take a small walk around the office. To the washroom, Xerox machine, anywhere. Just move!
2. Stretch your muscles or move in place.
Touch your toe while you’re still sitting in your chair and move your limbs every now and then. This will help in blood circulation. For example, rotate your neck on a circulator motion or rotate your fist.
3. Walk at lunch.
If you get an hour’s break for your lunch, take the first half to enjoy your grub and the second half to take a short walk with your colleagues.
4. Count your steps.
It’s best to get a pedometer to count your steps and if not this, then you can always download an app on your phone which can keep a count and record of your steps along with your heart beat rate. (As per day)
5. Walk when you talk.
This is as simple as it gets, once you’re over the phone with someone, make it a point to walk around while you talk. You make a deal and do a little for your body too
6. Position your monitor properly..
One important tip is, position the top of your monitor approximately 2-3” above your seated eye level. If you wear bifocals, however lower the monitor to a comfortable reading level.
This is a common problem that can be encountered while working in front of a computer for long hours. It may cause headaches, difficulty focusing, and increased sensitivity to light. To reduce the risk of dry eyes during computer use, try this exercise: Every 20 minutes, blink 10 times by closing your eyes as if falling asleep (very slowly).
8. Using a sanitizer.
Your keyboard, mouse, and phone can harbor thousands of germs and cause illness. So get out the disinfectant and use it before and after using the computer.
9. Pick up a great chair.
A good chair is a good option because it keep your back and spine relaxed and in a proper position. As long office hours can destroy uour posture this is a great help.
10. Drink plenty to of water.
Set an alarm on your computer or set a reminder on your phone to drink two (or more) 40 oz. of water a day each day. It not only hydrates you but also keeps you away from headaches.