More breaks for healthy eyes?

Healthy vision starts with observing your own viewing habits. One-sided stress is generally not beneficial to the body. It is generally known that sitting too long can lead to back problems. What helps here? Exactly, getting up and moving. But what about vision? Basically the same! The eyes are made to be used at different distances and have a natural autofocus. If you look at only one distance for too long, like when you are working on your PC, reading or even using your cell phone, it can be harmful to your eyes. The 20 / 20 / 20 rule helps you to train healthier visual habits. Namely, after 20 minutes at the latest, you should look 20 feet (which is about 6 meters) into the distance for at least 20 seconds. This allows the muscles inside the eye to relax. It's best to incorporate this rule into your daily work routine. Timer already set?

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