RSIBreak

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RSIBreak
Original author(s) Tom Albers, Bram Schoenmakers[1]
Initial release 2005
Stable release v0.11 / 2011
Operating system Linux
Type Health

RSIBreak is a Linux utility which reminds users of personal computers to take regular breaks in order to prevent or limit or heal from repetitive strain injury (RSI). It is written for the KDE.

Besides forcing the user to take breaks, RSIBreak also records how much time the user has been active and idle.

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  1. ^ Gagné, Marcel (28 August 2006). "Cooking with Linux - Operating Your Body at Peak Performance". Linux Journal (149). Retrieved 20 March 2013.