Stretch Break 6.6.1 Trial

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Stretch Break 6.6.1 Trial

Reminds you to take stretch breaks. Animated figures show you how.

 
Stretch Break is an ergonomic software program that helps prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs) by gently reminding you to take periodic breaks while using your computer. A team of health care professionals developed Stretch Break to increase circulation, relieve tension, boost your energy level, and help guard against Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs). Once installed on your hard drive, Stretch Break gently reminds you to take periodic breaks while using your computer. You are invited to perform a series of low-impact stretches illustrated on the screen. Then Stretch Break returns you to your current Windows application.  Stretch Break is simple. With one mouse click, you begin stretching with the figure on the screen, or you can delay or cancel the stretches. Stretch Break is flexible. You select how long to wait between stretch sessions and how many stretches per session (defaults are 30 minutes and 3 stretches). Each stretch lasts for 20 to 30 seconds, so you are back to work in one or two minutes Surveyed Stretch Break users report reduced stress levels, greater awareness of the need to take breaks, greater awareness of ergonomic issues, and reduced stiffness and muscle ache.
Here are some key features of “Stretch Break”:
  • Allows on-the-hour and half-hour timer
  • New Help and Ergo Hints files
  • Easily customized
  • Simplified installation
  • 21 ErgoReminders
  • 36 Stretches
  • User choice of reminder size and placement
  • 6 standing stretches
  • Smart Timer
  • Music during stretches
  • Control of sequence of stretches
  • Customizable sound files
  • Thumbnail sketches of each stretch
Limitations:
  • 10 days trial
What’s New 
  • New comprehensive healthy computing module
  • Six new stretches
  • Visible countdown timer
  • Yoga-based stretches
  • Relaxing background music
 
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