TIPS FOR AN ERGONOMIC OFFICE
will help you be more productive -- one that allows you to keep your feet flat on the floor, thighs parallel to the floor, and your back straight.
If your chair is too tall -- meaning that your feet aren't flat on the floor -- use a
to help you sit in proper position.
Place everything you need regularly within arm's
of your desk -- no bending, stretching, or hiking across the office to get at equipment and supplies.
Use a wrist prop or keyboard tray to position your hands properly white working at the computer -- your wrists should be
as you type.
screen on the front of your computer monitor -- if the overhead light reflects back in your eyes and makes it hard to see the screen.
from your monitor regularly -- look across the room or stare off into space -- to prevent eye strain.
Position your computer
exactly at eye level -- you shouldn't have to tilt your head up or down while you work.
Set an alarm reminding you to get up and move around every thirty
-- sitting in one position all day isn't particularly healthy.