Computers are necessary evils. We are as much slaves to them as they are to us. Since we need to use them, we cannot escape the ill-effects of prolonged usage. Apart from strain in the eyes many of us experience dizziness and headaches, backaches, shoulder ache and pain in the neck.
Given the scenario, how do we rationalize and make it a win-win situation? Here are a few precautions and preventive measures to deal with the issue. These tips don't cost you anything except a few minutes. n Working on computers means spending long hours in an air-conditioned rfoom. This leads to dehydration. So drink at least eight glasses of water. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are no substitutes for water. On the contrary, they add to dehydration and put strain on kidneys, because they have to work that much harder to flush out caffeine from the system.
Computer professionals spend more time sitting on chair, it leads to digestive problems. Lighter food like fruits and vegetables and less greasy food is recommended.
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