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If you spend hours each day sitting at a computer, make sure you're doing it correctly. Sharon Vaknin shows you how to arrange ...
your workspace with your body's health in mind.
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What to think about what good does -- -- -- look like -- to sit back in your chair and relax. For most people it would look something like that's your feeder on the floor. You're leaning back a little bit your shoulders are relaxed and your hands are in your lap. This is call your neutral posture any -- keep it this way while you work you'll be in good shape. But got in mind let's build an ergonomic workstation. The most important part of a -- does is making sure your keyboard and mouse are positioned correctly. Considering this neutral posture your keyboard should be -- one to two inches above -- -- And should be close enough to use that your elbows stay -- sides. For most people that probably means getting a keyboard tray or lowering your desk but remember only one to two inches above the top of your -- When you're there position your devices and up -- close to shoulder distance apart. And that their parallel with your size so that you're not extending your wrists like bits. -- the keyboard flat and forget about using those look expands. And speaking of your wrists don't ever use of wrist rest. Resting your palms -- one thing at the moment you use the rest stressed you cut off blood circulation and hello carpal tunnel. Except I've got a couple useful tips for setting up your screen. First the distance. If it's to our way you'll start crane your neck to read what's on the screen. To find a sweet spot extend your arm and -- tip of your middle finger of land on your screen. -- -- monitor or her back until you find -- spot. If you have to monitor is set them up side by side -- an angle. Keep them as close as possible to each -- about when you hand your arm in an -- your finger -- reaches both screens. In this case I used this screen more often sold Centre it a little bit more -- Now let's talk about -- there's cut and dry rule but here's -- little -- -- your monitor close your eyes when you open and your eyes should land on the address bar. If they don't lower res monitor is either with the built an option with the right is there is four bucks. Last of all till those monitors justice managed to avoid reflections. Where everything finally comes together as your chair -- It supports your back your bottom and of course your -- There are lots of -- to choose from that but a few important things to lookout -- First it's to have good lung -- -- for your back and when you sit down there should be a little space between educate your seat and the back of your -- About the size of your best. Then the last thing to do is to make sure your feet down dangle if -- tingling it don't adjust the height of the chair because -- -- everything else up. Instead it grab a rest -- but on your desk and problem solved. At this point you should have a pretty good idea what it ergonomic desks -- -- look like from here you might wanna watch my video on avoiding eye strain. And I have to say it I talked a couple ergonomics experts and this is what they recommend it. Because -- talk to your physician or ergonomic specialists to find out what sort of set up with suit your needs. If you have any questions along the way hit me up on Twitter and check out how to dot cnet.com for the written version of this -- For cnet.com. And -- and back and they company. --
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