#研究分享#【工作疲累?午餐时放下手机】

#研究分享#【工作疲累?午餐时放下手机】调查发现,约一半的上班族在午餐休息时间会使用手机,也有人去和朋友聊天或散散步。在下午的工作中,午餐手机族会比其他人感觉更累,行动迟缓,午休并没有使他们恢复活力。目前已有76%英国人拥有手机,一天平均要看手机85次。http://www.looooker.com/archives/25410

 

Participants were asked how they spent their lunch break at work

They were also asked how they felt at the time and during the afternoon

Roughly half said they spent their break on their phone, while others enjoyed activities such as chatting to a friend or going for a walk

Both said they 'switched off' from work but the phone group was more tired

 

 

If work is leaving you drained, try turning off your phone at lunchtime.

A study found that people who played on their phone during their lunch break were more tired during the afternoon than those who went for a walk or read a book.

This may be because they used up more mental energy - or simply because their eyes were strained or their necks cricked.

If work is leaving you drained, try turning off your phone at lunchtime. A study found that people who played on their phone during their lunch break (stock image) were more tired during the afternoon than those who went for a walk or read a book. This may be because they used up more mental energy

If work is leaving you drained, try turning off your phone at lunchtime. A study found that people who played on their phone during their lunch break (stock image) were more tired during the afternoon than those who went for a walk or read a book. This may be because they used up more mental energy

Whatever the reason, the South Korean researchers said employees should be aware of the effect and employers should consider introducing digital detoxes.

For the study, some 425 men and women were how spent their lunch break and how they felt at the time and afterwards.

Roughly half said they spent their break on their smartphone, while the others enjoyed more conventional activities such as chatting to a friend or going for a walk.

oth groups said they felt they had switched off from work over lunch.

However, those who had played on their phones didn't feel as rejuvenated afterwards.

They were more likely to say the felt 'used up', 'burned out' and 'emotionally drained' as they day went on.

The researchers, from the Korea Institute for Research and Behavioural Sciences, said that multi-tasking on a smartphone by, for instance, listening to music while writing an email, can be mentally draining.

Even something as seemingly simple as reading the news on a phone takes up more brainpower than reading the same information in a newspaper because of the energy needed to ignore the various links embedded in the article and the adverts that constantly pop up.

Hunching over a small screen can also put strain on the eyes, neck and shoulders.

For the study, 425 men and women were how spent their lunch and how they felt at the time and afterwards. Roughly half said they spent their break on their phone, while the others chatted to friends (stock image). Both said they felt 'switched off', but those who played on their phones didn't feel as rejuvenated afterwards

For the study, 425 men and women were how spent their lunch and how they felt at the time and afterwards. Roughly half said they spent their break on their phone, while the others chatted to friends (stock image). Both said they felt 'switched off', but those who played on their phones didn't feel as rejuvenated afterwards

Writing in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, the researchers said: 'Employees who have positive feeling during break time would gain a chance to improve their coping strategy against stressful job demands.

'On the other hand, if employees do not handle tiredness properly at break time, they would be exhausted by their job demands, which could facilitate increased motivation to slack off during the remaining work time.

'Organisational interventions such as 'digital detox' and awareness in employees about the negative effects of smart phone breaks are necessary for employees to find effective relaxation.'

Smartphones have rapidly become a must-have, with 76 per cent of British adults owning one and checking it, on average, 85 times a day.

 

 

标题:Feeling tired at work? Put down your phone: Using mobiles during your lunchbreak makes you sluggish and drained

来源:DailyMail

链接:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3508003/Feeling-tired-work-phone-Using-mobiles-lunchbreak-makes-sluggish-drained.html#ixzz43sTM8uAC


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