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2017-10-25 15:15:52 Great Furniture Read

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Correct Sitting
Sit back in your chair between 100° & 110°, (Not 90° or straight upright), with your thighs parallel to the floor. Place your feet firmly and evenly on the floor and slightly in front of you (the knee joint is at an open angle). 
Following these steps benefit you by: 
Reducing disc pressure and muscle tension significantly Placing less stress on the joints of the lower extremities Distributing body weight properly to avoid pressure points Providing the stability required for tasks with high visual and motor control circulation (computer work) Increasing and promoting blood circulation and digestion Lowering the hydrostatic pressure on the lower extremity circulation 
Correct Monitor Position
Center your monitor directly in front of you to limit neck twisting or side bending. Position the top of the monitor to be slightly below eye level. 
Following these steps benefit you by: 
Reducing eye strain Reducing musculoskeletal stress Minimizing neck discomfort 
Correct Keyboard Position
Maintain your proper seated posture (continue to sit back in your chair). Raise or lower the Keyboard Platform so that it is positioned in your lap, just above your legs (height adjustment lever must be in open position). Position the palm rest close to your waist so that you upper arms are relaxed and are hanging naturally close to your body (do not reach or lean forward). Keep your forearm/elbow angles open while your palms are resting comfortably on the palm rest (you should feel no tension in your lower/upper arms). Keep your wrists in a neutral position (the palm rest should feel soft against your palms). Form a straight line with your fingers/hand/wrist while resting your palms on the palm rest (while keying, allow your palms to glide across the palm support). Rest your fingers on the keys (you will not unintentionally activate the keys). Center yourself so that the monitor, the height adjustment console, the home row keys and the midline of your body are aligned (your neck or trunk should not be twisted). 
Following these steps benefit you by: 
Reducing stress and minimizing fatigue in your arm, neck, shoulder, and back muscles Allowing you to maintain your proper seated posture, subsequently reducing disc pressure Adapting your keyboard to you, not you to the keyboard Providing the necessary micro breaks needed for your muscle recovery Increasing and promoting your blood circulation and recuperative abilities Placing your wrists in the safest position while keyboarding - Wrist Neutral 
Correct Mousing Position
Maintain a proper seated posture. Relax upper arm while it hangs naturally and close to your body. Keep forearm/elbow at an open angle (greater than 90°). Support your palm and your wrist in a neutral position. Navigate your mouse by using whole arm movements. (Don't skate the mouse with quick wrist movements.) 
Following these steps benefit you by: 
Reducing stress and minimizing fatigue in your arm, neck, shoulder, and back muscles Allowing you to maintain your proper seated posture, subsequently reducing disc pressure Adapting your keyboard to you, not you to the keyboard Providing the necessary micro breaks needed for your muscle recovery Increasing and promoting your blood circulation and recuperative abilities


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