Health Tips For Programmer

As it is coming to the end of the year, I am thinking that we should be aware of our health as we sit too long in front of computer and eat some bad food often.

I would like to share some tips for you so that you can follow them to take care of yourself.

Exercise

getting exercise on a regular basis is something that many developers tend to forget—or ignore. There’s no need to become fitness model or something but doing some form of exercise has several benefits that will keep you healthy, fit, and focused.

If you go to work by bike or by foot, then you’re already ahead of the curve. Exercising regularly has a wide range of benefits that will pay dividends in the long run. It keeps your body fit, improves your health, and it also makes you mentally more resilient. 

Sleep

This tip is especially important if you’re still in your teens or twenties. At this age, programmers tend to forget that they are mortal. I’m in my
twenties now so I know what it feels like to think that nothing can stop you in your quest to conquer the world. While pulling an all-nighter is something that won’t kill you, it will screw up your health if you’re not careful. The older you become, the longer it takes to recuperate from sleepless nights. Burning the midnight oil may be necessary on occasions but respect your health by not making it into a habit.

Sleep is something that your body needs to recover from the previous day and stay fit. The body uses this time of inactivity reboot your brains and repair any damage you incurred during the day. Getting enough sleep significantly boosts your focus during the day, improves your immune system, and even enhances your memory.

Posture

Bad posture is a common problem these days. Even if you’re office is equipped with comfortable, ergonomic chairs and desks, it’s important to be conscious of your posture. It may seem unimportant when you’re in your twenties, but the number of young people suffering from chronic injuries caused by bad posture. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time isn’t healthy for a variety of reasons.

Caffeine

A common misconception is that caffeine is fuel for your body. Even though most energy drinks are high in calories, caffeine itself doesn’t contain any calories. Caffeine is nothing more than a molecule that interacts directly with your central nervous system.

Over the years, researchers have discovered a number of interesting findings about caffeine and how they affect people’s performance. For example, people that consume caffeine on a regular basis need it to function properly. This is something most people know, but underestimate. If you have been using caffeine for a few weeks or months, then you need a dose of caffeine simply to stay on par with someone who doesn’t depend on caffeine.

Diet

It goes without saying that a healthy diet is the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. That doesn’t mean that you can’t have a snack or that you need to cut out everything from your diet that’s unhealthy. It simply means being conscious of what you eat and when you eat it. That simple act can make a world of difference.

Balance

Finding balance in your life isn’t always easy. If you have a demanding job with a bunch of responsibilities, then it may be difficult to go offline for long periods of time. No matter what you do for a living, it’s important to find a balance between work and life.

I hope everyone be healthy and may work more in coming years.

By Yuuma




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