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Smart Computing Made Easy

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• No eyestrains, back pains, or other discomforts
• No gain of extra inches at your waistline

You have been using computers since your childhood. Now, you have a long list of discomforts and ailments to your credit.

Your doctor says that it is the nature of your work that has made you an unhealthy person through the years.

You are getting in worse shape mentally and physically as the years roll on, from the life you have chosen working in front of a computer!

What next? I have heard so many cases like this from people from different walks of life. Most of them are professionals like software engineers, transcriptionists, medical coders, data entry operators, secretaries, and animators who spend almost the entire day in front of computers.

I myself have been suffering from so many disorders at a very young age due to the simple reason of not taking much care of my health while sitting in front of the computer.

Now, I have learned the hard way from my own experience. I do give advice to my friends and relatives on healthy computing if this topic happens to come across in our conversations.

The first time I had to sit back and think if this machine was giving me more trouble than comfort, is when I had this flinching pain on my neck, which radiated down to my arms.

I realized that I had spent almost 5 hours fully without even partially tilting or turning my head. Complete concentration for once seemed detrimental to my goals. I had to spend almost a week with physiotherapy, mending the damage I had done to my neck…

I did some research on this subject and realized that there were other people who had similar problems using this electronic medium.

One of the girls I talked to said that her eyes are not as moist as they must be, and that she has trouble keeping them open for a normal period.

Some probing into the nature of her work revealed that she used a very bright monitor, and usually examined her work inches away from it.

Her job involved assessing the color values of graphic designs and had to take a ‘closer’ look on the hues and tones and match it with the pantone shade she had in her hand.

She would assess the pantone shade color with the screen color and then decide if the values are matching. What she did not realize is that color output seen on the screen will not be what she would get in a printed output.

I advised her to change the practice she was following.

I asked her to keep the monitor brightness optimum, and not to match the pantone shade card with the screen output. I asked her to take a sample print output and match the pantone shade with the print in whichever light the artwork were to be displayed.

I also advised her to take breaks often and look at colors and visuals that do not strain or confuse the eye.

I asked her to stand up, walk up to her window and then look at the trees in a distance, and objects in different distances so that the focusing of the eye gets some exercise.

I asked her to go back to work only after she takes a splash or two of cold water on her face, making sure it thoroughly rinsed her eyes.

Six months later, I met her at a party. She wanted to tell me how good she was feeling after she had followed my instructions. She had her tear glands working well now (of course with some extra medication that her ophthalmologist asked to take).

She had considerable improvement in her work also since her eyes were not bothering her anymore. She even said that looking at the distant green trees worked on her like meditation and that when she went back to work after that, her mind was clear and the energy she had was amazing.

I must confess that I was surprised myself. I had given her a few tips on reducing the strain she had on her eyes, and it was working wonders in many other ways too.

A few other tips I gave my friends, yielded similar results. It sure felt good know I was able to help a few of my close friends with they pain they have been feeling for years!

As my advices started giving positive results, my friends asked me to share my experience through a book so that I can save the trouble of hundreds of thousands of people with my experience, who suffer from such ailments?

Hence, I started thinking from this angle and the result is this book “Smart Computing Made Easy eBook”.

You do not want to miss out on this innovative eBook. Order your copy today.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013609389
  • Publisher: Nationwide Home Business Center
  • Publication date: 7/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 8 MB

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