3 things to do every day if you use screens according to researcher

3 things to do every day if you use screens according to researcher
3 things to do every day if you use screens according to researcher

A study carried out by the American Optometric Association (AOA) and the Deloitte Economics Institute reminds us that the more time we spend in front of screens, the more we are exposed to harmful health effects. In fact, more than one in two adults would pass more than seven hours a day in front of the screens. People working in offices would spend more time (70% more). For some, it is difficult to do otherwise. However, some solutions exist. They are presented by the American researcher Ronald Benner.

Reading, pausing, pen notebook…Some tips to apply at work

The more you keep your eyes away from screens, the more you protect them. Of course, when work requires it, exposure must be limited during free time.

Who says work, says transport…

If you are concerned about using public transport to go to work, take advantage of this time to take a screen-free break. It’s the perfect time to disconnect and let his eyes rest. To do this, you can easily occupy yourself with reading a book, a magazine, a newspaper, or even a more cerebral activity like crochet, crosswords or sudoku.

A break is needed

By working all day on one or more screens, after a while you may feel a eye fatigue. Although it can be complicated to go for a nap during work hours, you can (…)

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