Ideally, your screen should be about an arm’s length from your face. If you’re working from a laptop, try using a separate mouse and keyboard (this way you can position them where feels comfortable). The centre of your screen should be at eye level, so place it on top a couple of thick books to get it to the right height.
Working from home is probably giving you bad posture
Gone are the days of ergonomic chairs and standing desks – for now at least. If (like me) the sofa is your newfound working space, your posture has probably taken just as much of a hit recently as your social life. This can cause muscle tension, headaches and poor circulation. Here’s a few things you can do to maintain good posture while working from home.
By Beth Ludolf