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Having A Break From Emails Decreases Stress, Increases Concentration

Being cut off from work email significantly reduces stress and allows employees to focus far better, according to a new study by UC Irvine and U.S. Army researchers. Heart rate monitors were attached to computer users in a suburban office setting, while software sensors detected how often they switched windows. People who read email changed screens twice as often and were in a steady "high alert" state, with more constant heart rates.
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New Study Reveals Constantly Checking Emails Increases Stress & Reduces Focus

Industries / Media : MediaJobsDaily (2 years ago)

A new study published by the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California – Irvine revealed that being cut off from email during the work day reduces stress levels and focus. This merely ad... Read Post

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