Screen fatigue? Try the 20 20 20 rule when working to help you rest your eyes, body and brain.
20 minutes: Standing every 20 minutes helps reset our posture, offload the discs in our spine and lengthens some of the muscles that get tight when we sit down.
20 seconds: This short period of time away from the screen creates a succinct but useful window to reset our brain and restore our concentration.
20 feet: By lengthening the focus of our eyes, we decrease eye strain which can occur when we stare at a computer screen for too long.
By consistently practicing this easy rule, you will alleviate the symptoms of stress on your body to remain focused and productive.
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Author: Dr. Adam Greenfield, Co-founder of WorkLifeWell | Doctor of Chiropractic | Wellness Specialist
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Believe it or not there is no standard definition of physical fitness. If we use the dictionary definition of fitness we get:
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