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Computer users suffer from a lot of stress during computer use. Some of the stress sources are

  1. Toxicity as a result of exposure to minerals in forms and levels of exposure that are toxic to the human system
  2. Lack of activity and therefore lack of adequate whole body muscular movement. This results in uneven muscular health. The hands, fingers and eye muscles get over used while the rest of the body muscles are hardly used. This results in stress and tension in the body’s muscular system.
  3. Because computer use is not our natural coded way of reading it consumes more resources than is coded into our systems for reading activities. This makes computer use like the virus or malware in the computer you are using now. Remember that we use antivirus and anti-spyware and anti-malware etc. tools to ensure that activities not coded with our computer systems do not occur. Why do we do this? Because viruses and malware etc. consume excessive resources as they are not coded to operate on our computer systems. That is what computer use is to the body. Consequently computer use is a virus or malware in the human systems that humans have chosen to live with regardless of its harmful health effects.
  4. There are certain nutritional and energy resources that are more heavily used than others during computer use primarily because we are reading by looking directly at a source of light instead of through the rays as we do with the sun. We do not look directly at the sun to read. Our eyes automatically shut if we do.
  5. Light is very stressful and our maker has coded stress handlers in us which are automatically triggered when we are in the presence of natural light.
  6. The medium for the transmission of light is water. The light from the computer screen is not water laden and so must dehydrate our environment and our bodily waters for us to receive it and read through it.

These are a few of the reasons why computer use is one of the most stressful activities for the body. To get comprehensive information about this issue please JOIN US and access the various pages. It is only $10 a month to be a member but the information you will access is invaluable for your health as computers are here to stay until our maker rescues us from what we have unleashed upon ourselves.

There are many ways to actively take steps to ensure that we daily rebalance our system to ensure we do not self-destroy. It is much the same as learning how to use a knife. Children can successfully use knives without self-destroying.

The first thing to do is to accept the dangerous nature of computer use much like we learn to do with a knife.

We must not allow ourselves to be lulled into complacency just like you cannot allow yourself to be complacent when using a knife.

Like a knife, we must understand that we must take break times from computer use. Consequently sleep time is very important.

It is best to have a computer-free sleep place. Put away the cell phone and let it ring on your landline at night.

Here are a few other tips

  1. Wash your face and hands before going to bed so the residue from computer use does not stay on your skin and so you do not inadvertently get it into your digestive system
  2. Avoid all other kinds of stress from worrying, from greed that keeps you glued to the screen  looking for the next dollar
  3. Stay hydrated with water not alcohol, coffee or carbonated drinks when using the computer. Satisfy your hunger and thirst with water and nutritious food. To know more about specific foods that are best for computer use health damage repair and maintenance JOIN US and access the foods and diet pages.
  4. Turn off your lights at night to sleep to tone down your light related stress and to help you calm down
  5. Computer use keeps us all hyped up like drugs. To calm down make sure you turn off the light when you shutdown at night

These are just a few of the many things we need to do and can do successfully at no cost in many cases that will help to de-stress us and that add years to our lives

If you want to live a long and healthy life you must learn to handle computer use-induced health stress.

There is a lot of resource on this site to help you. You can also purchase my books on this website or at amazon.com in print or KINDLE format. The books are available in most eBook reader forms including KOBO, APPLE, NOOK, smashwords.com, and so on. Take action and live the life of your dreams in good health and not in avoidable debilitating sickness. The ball is in your court. Take action today.

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