While working on your PC, you tend to blink lesser and your eyes are at a constant focus for hours at a stretch.
The 20-20-20 rule suggests that every 20 minutes, you look away about 20 feet in front of you for 20 seconds.
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) related to the overuse of muscles and tendons in hands and wrists, back aches, carpal tunnel syndrome are some results of poor sitting postures and prolonged usage of computers.
If you are not taking hourly breaks, you will be more prone to back pain and other serious health issues in the future.
Sedentary work also increases the risk of heart diseases, diabetes and many more deadly ones.
It's easy to lose track of time while you're in front of a computer. You need an ally to help you out.
Life After Refreshie. Info, Stats sections give you quick insights on how you've been faring so far.Close
Have it the way you like your desktop apps. Configure modes, timing, startup options et al.Close
Refreshie's user-friendly interface hides nothing, knows everything. It's like an antonym of Jon Snow.Close
Refreshie silently runs in the background and gives you visual cues when you have been stressing out for too long.
In Monk mode, you'd be prompted to take a break. It's totally upto you to honor it, zen-master.
In Sergeant mode, there is no mercy. Your screen would be overlayed for a brief time, forcing you to take a break.