When working at your desk it is important to avoid awkward postures and to position your body correctly. This can improve your overall comfort and productivity. Here are some tips you can use to properly set up an ergonomic workstation.
Here Are Some Other Tips To Remember
Take frequent breaks.
Use software and hardware features like fast scrolling to work more efficiently.
Avoid glare by placing your monitor away from light sources.
Keep your wrists in line with your forearms.
Do not use wrist rest areas while typing.
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