From: COVID-19




If you’re feeling achy or in pain while at work, your workstation and posture may be to blame. Making sure your workspace is ergonomically appropriate, meaning it’s arranged to fit your specific needs, can help prevent unnecessary discomfort.

What can you do?

If you sit at a desk keep these two tips in mind.

Chair Position: Adjust the height of your chair so that your feet rest comfortably on the floor with your knees about level with your hips. Making sure your seat is not pressing against the back of your knees.

Computer Monitor: Position your monitor 18″ – 30″ away from your eyes. The top of your screen should be at eye level or below so that you look slightly down at your work

Avoid unnecessary discomfort by focusing on your posture and arranging your workstation to fit your needs.