Two-thirds of Brits believe their workload is having a detrimental effect on their health, a study has found.
The poll of 2,000 UK professionals revealed seven in 10 put their aches and pains down to staring at computer screens for prolonged periods.
Half said they do not stand enough to stretch their legs and three in 10 said their worsening health is a result of being too busy to eat well.
The study, commissioned by Philips LED lighting, also found more than a third are concerned about the long-term impact their job might be having on their health.
Overall, 87% suffer some form of ache or pain due to their job.
The research, reported by the Mirror, found UK professionals typically spend an hour and 28 minutes at their screen before taking a break.
When they finally take time away from a monitor, breaks will last less than 10 minutes on average.
Half suffer from eye strain and two thirds find they get headaches and migraines because of their working day, suffering from at least two a week.
Another 46% put their back pain down to their working life, with more than a third suffering from dry eyes or neck-related aches.
Just 18% have seen a doctor over health concerns stemming from working life