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- No desk or chair is one size fits all and the body can only take 20 minutes in a static position. Take frequent breaks to stretch, adjust your chair slightly and move.
- Do not slouch. When looking from the side, you ear should be over your shoulder and your shoulders should be back.
- Lean back 10 to 20 degrees. This helps take pressure off the pelvis and hips. Be sure the chair supports your shoulders and low back when leaning back.
- Use arm rests and sit on a chair with a high back rest.
- Keep your feet flat on the floor and your knees should be 1-3 inches beyond the edge of the chair.
- The center of your computer monitor should be at a 15 degree angle down from your eyes. Lighting should be at a 90 degree angle from the monitor.
- The keyboard should be placed so the shoulders are relaxed, elbows are at 90 degrees, and wrists are straight. The keyboard should be flat or slightly elevated at the front. Using a keyboard when the back is higher than the front puts stress on the elbows and wrists.
- When using a mouse, keep your elbow close to your body. The mouse should be close to and on the same level as the keyboard. If possible us a track ball.
- Getting this correct is difficult. Ask your for an ergonomic assessment.
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