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Your head and torso should be in-line with your head slightly bent forward, facing forward, and balanced.
Your shoulders should be at ease with your upper arms hanging normally at sides of your body.
Your elbows should be close to your body and bent between 90 and 110 degrees.
Your feet should be either supported by a footrest or should be relaxing on floor. While leaning back or sitting in a vertical position, make sure your lower back is fully supported.
Your hips and thighs should be supported by a well-padded seat.
Your knees and hips should be at almost same height as your feet and slightly forward.
Quick Tips - Your Work Environment
Readjust your chair and backrest at regular intervals.
Periodically stretch your fingers, hands, arms, and torso.
Your keyboard, monitor, and your posture should be on a straight line to avoid any positional discomforts.
Always adjust your chair so youíre looking down at screen, never up.
Your desktop should be at a convenient height with enough space for your equipment and dayís work.
Your chair should give good back support and allow for height adjustment.
Your keyboard and mouse mat should have a good wrist-rest.
A document holder placed at height of your monitor will eliminate neck strain.
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