Good posture

  1. Ensure that you are seated comfortably.
  2. Maintain good posture.
  3. Keep wrists straight.
  4. Relax your shoulders.
  5. Position the monitor to reduce strain on your neck.
  6. Exercise face, jaw, neck and shoulder muscles to reduce tension.
  7. Consider using an ergonomic chair (molded shape) that supports the curvature of your spine.
  8. Try to determine the position at which you are relaxed. Take a deep breath and sigh to let your body relax.
  9. Do not hold your arms, next, hands, or legs in an awkward position for an extended period of time.
  10. Consider changing positions from time to time.
  11. Do not slouch as this may compress your internal organs and could interfere with their proper function.

Right Angles
Keep your feet flat on the floor. If you are using a foot-rest, make sure your feet are perpendicular to your legs. Your elbows should also form a right angle at your sides.

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