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Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by Athanas, Jun 24, 2018.
Same, I'm from Asia as well. It's just a feeling, anyway, have a great day .
Same here, may you have a great day as well.
You're still alive?! You've got to be kidding me, haha!
Hahaha! I guess you're expecting him to get banned, right? Lol.
Well, not really. I think everyone deserves to be given a warning first before it ends to that. LOL
I spend a lot of time on the computer, but I understand doing such is unhealthy. It would be best to just take an hour or so to get away from the computer or just go outside for a while.
The approach you have taken is pretty nice.
You have to take a break or else you'll be just burning your body
Thanks, though I don't use this method as much as I should sometimes lol.
Some LCD monitors may emit a small amount of UV radiation, but these amounts are rather small, so there is virtually no risk to the human body. The biggest computer usage risk is eye strain, from to much use, and maybe long term issues as well.
Exactly, UV radiation don't really have much effect on the body
Hmm, I didn't know that. Learn something new everyday.
That is now the problem, if you prevent one problem, another one again emerges. You guard against stray radiations, eye strain problems emerges.
Out the frying pan and into the oven I suppose.
I do get health issues every now and then. I can't help it though. I mean it can be pretty tense playing too much games.
If you are playing game on your phone or the computer then there are several apps and software to remind you take rest. Some apps even tell you about the exercises to avoid the health issues with your body and brain.
Too much gaming definitely leads to the health issues and we have to do something about it.