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Staying indoors all day means we don’t get anywhere near enough exposure to sunshine – many people don’t even leave the office at lunch time. The effects of Vitamin D deficiency can cause a variety of skin problems, including dullness, acne and psoriasis.
Prevention: Consume foods that naturally contain Vitamin D or that are fortified in Vitamin D, and make a conscious effort to go outside during breaks.
You’d be surprised at how many people don’t have their desks laid out correctly, meaning many office workers are looking down, and also not moving their head or neck for long periods of time. Even higher risk are those involved in social media, as they will be looking down at a mobile phone or tablet even more than those in other careers. This lack of correct posture causes the muscles to shorten and become fatigued, leaving you with jowls and sagging skin on the neck.
Prevention: Facial and neck exercises can minimise the severity of jowls. Take breaks from your computer or smartphone, and position the screens so that your head doesn’t need to tilt downwards.
Squinting & Frowning In Concentration
Many of you don’t realise the facial expressions that you pull whilst you’re thinking or concentrating. Plenty of office workers will squint, frown and scrunch up their face on a regular basis – causing a range of wrinkles.
Prevention: It’s worth getting an eye test to make sure that squinting is not caused by a problem with your vision. Adjust the lighting in your office to suit your surroundings.
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