Chair. Monday , January 29th , 2018 - 02:48:23 AM
Screening Your Screen: Take for example, your computer screen. Are you working in front of a computer screen with really small fonts that you have to strain your eyes and neck just to see what you have typed? Does the display of your screen “shake”? Is the placement of your main monitor too high that your permanent head position is looking slightly upwards?
If you sit at a desk for for a long time, whether at work or at home, you could benefit a lot from an ergonomic office chair. You may not feel any problems now, but staying sitting in a badly planned chair, and see in no time the back and neck pain to start, and then you will wish that you had made the switch long ago .
There are many office chairs now being produced that are intended to work well for people who already have back injury or strain. These chairs can offer new positions that can limit strain on already bothersome areas, while still allowing the person to work efficiently.
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