Tech Stress is a unique book that combines elements of biofeedback, psychophysiology, ergonomics, nutrition, and mental health interventions for a collection of well-rounded skills and interventions that will allow people who spend a lot of time working on computers or mobile devices to improve their health and well-being.

This book is quite versatile in its applicability to many types of readers: biofeedback practitioners, personnel in human resource and employee assistance programs, therapists who work with stress problems, ergonomics consultants, and physical and occupational therapists. It's especially relevant, however, for individuals who are either headed for pain and disability, or are already there, primarily because they're pushing their bodies to perform in an unnatural way: sitting all day in an intimate relationship with keyboard and mouse, vision fixed on the screen, resisting the idea of taking a break. And when the break comes,...

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