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How many of you spend hours upon hours working at the computer?

Tired, sore, dry eyes? Headaches? Achey muscles?

WorkRave is a free program that will help you. It will force you take an essential break from your computer. Feel the RELIEF!

Here are my personal settings:

First, open preferences. Then select:

Micro break – enable timer checked, prompt before breaking checked, maximum number of prompts: 3, show ‘postpone’ and ‘skip’ button UNCHECKED, Suspend timer when inactive Checked.
Timer: Time between breaks: 20 min, break duration 20 sec, postpone time 2 min.

Rest break – enable timer checked, prompt before breaking checked, maximum number of prompts: 3, show ‘postpone’ and ‘skip’ button UNCHECKED, Suspend timer when inactive Checked.
Timer: Time between breaks:

1 hour, break duration 5 min, postpone time 2 min.

Daily Limit – Enable timer Unchecked

User Interface – Block Mode: Block input and screen, Start Workrave on Windows startup Checked

Park Slope Eye is located in Brooklyn, NY.  For more info contact Justin Bazan, OD, the optometrist of Park Slope Eye, at Dr.Bazan@ParkSlopeEye.com or visit www.ParkSlopeEye.com Also, check us out on Yelp!, Twitter and FaceBook.

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One response

  1. Actually, this is a really great tip. Being as I’m in front of a computer all day long, my boss told me about this and it’s a really handy tool for those who work online all day. DL and set-up is easy. Keep up the good work Justin, we need more quality eye care blogs out here.

    05/15/2008 at 3:46 PM

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