How many time on computer

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    When using too much computer, you can have an effect on :

    stress, adrenaline, ACTH, melatonin, cortisol and neurons multiplication.

    Maybe on dopamine and serotonin.

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    More than 5 hours typically.

    We need to practice massage, stretching, sports and whatever to help overcome the effects of computers or sitting on front of the desk all day long.

    I usually do :

    -have lately begin to do push-ups and back exercises every morning

    -walk a lot during the days

    -do whole body massage every evening, also stretching and occasionally various yoga postures / qigong exercises. Sometimes I just test different postures.

    I personally could not and even do not want to live without computers, since they are great source of information and useful for research / entertainment / work / studies.

    I do not have music devices though at all, only computer speakers. I try to limit listening loud music often since it can disrupt smooth state of body and energy. Silence is gold.



    why does using a computer mess with neurotransmitters, i use the internet for research and music, i dont really see that being a problem on neurotransmitters.



    what about more than 4 hours total?



    When you make some pause (maybe 15min after 1h), it’s much better.



    if i would choose a career without computers i would but for now i’m stuck with my IT profession. Meaning 8 hours behind the computer. i think this really sucks coz i’m certain it’s affecting my situation. for example groin burning. it’s unnatural to sit there behind a computer for hours… i try to take constant breaks but this doesnt eliminate it

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