Advice for avoiding aches and pains
Setting up the laptop at the dining room table or kitchen island for the occasional work-from-home (WFH) day usually does the trick, but as we all settle in for an extended WFH scenario, taking the time to figure out a better ergonomic setup will go a long way in keeping you happy and healthy.
When you’re uncomfortable, it’s hard to concentrate. When your neck and back start to ache, you might not feel at the top of your game. Good ergonomic design can help.
Simple strategies can help keep you healthy, with no special equipment required.
Easy hacks to try
Remember: Standing all day can be as hard on your body as sitting for long periods of time, so make sure to switch between sitting and standing frequently.
And don’t forget the most basic advice of all…
Take breaks. Every hour or so, get up, walk around, or stretch a bit. It’ll keep you fresh and help your body stay limber
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