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Make sure to vary your seating position. Try to sit high up on the chair, so you put more weight on the legs than on the lumbar region. This helps keep…
Move away from your desk when possible. When you’re active, new blood is pumped inside the body, giving you more energy. Quick tip: Walk over and talk…
Your nose and feet should point in the same direction when you sit at your desk. Twisting your body can lead to back and general body pain and discomfort.…
Make sure you rest your arms on the desk and your fingers on the keyboard and mouse. Joint strain is often linked to tension in the arms and hands.
There are many alternatives to the traditional mouse that may help you reduce strain and prevent injury. Choose the best one for your body.
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As the Health and Safety Manager in a busy deadline driven office environment it is inevitable that to times some staff will have…
... the RollerMouse is one of the greatest computer inventions... Since I have been using the RollerMouse, my shoulder problem has…