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One of the biggest problems our bodies face on a daily basis is the number of hours we sit in front of a computer screen. This constant overload often results in neck, upper spine and lower back pain, as well as unpleasant sensations in our upper arms, forearms and wrists. However, these unwanted side effects can be minimised by using BreakTime. BreakTime is a revolutionary new software program devised by JointAction that discretely runs on individual computers, sending friendly on-screen reminders about when to move or take a break, advice on what to do if the user feels tight or sore in a particular part of the body, plus clear seating and posture tips. All of these features can be customised by the user depending on how much support and information they feel they need on any particular day. As a result, you feel better and productivity goes up. Prevention is the best form of management for those aches and pains due to lots of sitting. -A library of 16 stretches covering your entire body. Enough to be effective, but no so many that you get lost in them. -Workstation setup tips to help you optimise your posture. -Customisable break interval from 15 minutes to 2 hours. -One-click lock, so you don't get break pop-ups during that important presentation.
Price USD89
License Free to try
File Size 484.41 kB
Version 1.1
Operating System Windows Server 2008 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows Windows 7 Windows 2003
System Requirements Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
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