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Studies have shown that working for 52 minutes, followed by a 17 minute break, is the perfect formula for ultimate productivity. But make sure to leave your computer/work area for the whole break continuing to sit at your desk and halfway-work simply makes you less productive when you actually return from your break Take a quick walk grab something to drink, or go outside. Anything to mentally separate yourself from your workspace before returning for another hour of super-productive work
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Our brains need regular breaks to keep functioning at a high capacity.
A glut of research shows that you should take breaks when you can to reap benefits and avoid burnout. The average time to work productively is 52 minutes of work followed by 17 minutes of rest.
Most productive people work for 52 minutes at a time, then take a break for 17 minutes before getting back to it.
They make the most of those 52 minutes by working with intense purpose, but then rest up to be ready for the next burst. In other words, they work with purpose.
Short breaks result in greater productivity and accuracy, especially with repetitive work.
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