1. Monitor & Keyboard:
Adjust the monitor and keyboard so that they are at a comfortable height for you to work on without straining your neck or back. Ensure there is enough room between the monitor and keyboard for good posture.
Position the mouse next to the keyboard within easy reach, so you don’t have to strain your arm or shoulder.
Make sure you have an ergonomic chair that supports your lower back and promotes good posture when seated.
4. Desk Height:
The desk should be at a height where your elbows can rest comfortably while typing since this helps reduce strain on your arms, shoulders, and hands.
Make sure that your feet are flat on the ground or on a footrest to prevent strain in your lower back and leg muscles.
If you use a laptop as your main workstation, consider an external keyboard and mouse to reduce the strain associated with hunched-over typing.
Position the phone at a comfortable height so you don’t need to reach up or lean over when using it.
Ensure lighting is adequate so you can see everything in front of you without straining your eyes or causing glare on the monitor screen.