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The purpose of the present study was to examine how an inserted break influences the cardiovascular and central nervous system responses during periods of mental work. Twelve males conducted two 20-min periods of mental work with a 3-min break between them. Cardiovascular and central nervous system responses were measured continuously. In comparison to the baseline, cardiovascular responses increased continuously even after the inserted break, while, on the contrary, central nervous systemdoi:10.2486/indhealth.ms1365 pmid:23268833 fatcat:dlodqsdrw5hgbg3bbt4hlcjiom