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  • Writer's pictureDr. Thomas Burge

February: Love Your Posture Month - Posture Tips for the workplace



  1. Start by adjusting your chair. Ensure it supports your lower back and your feet can touch the floor.

  2. Keep your screen at eye level to reduce neck strain.

  3. Use a mouse pad with a wrist rest to avoid wrist strain.

  4. Take frequent breaks to stretch and move around.

  5. Try to maintain a 90-degree angle between your thighs and torso while sitting.

  6. Use a small pillow or lumbar roll to support your lower back.

  7. Keep your shoulders relaxed and avoid hunching over your keyboard.

  8. Try using an ergonomic keyboard to reduce hand and wrist strain.

  9. Make sure your keyboard and mouse are within easy reach to minimize reaching and twisting.

  10. Practice deep breathing and mindfulness techniques to reduce stress and tension in the body.

Remember, sitting for long periods of time can be harmful to your health. Implementing these 10 tips can help you improve your posture, reduce strain, and create a more comfortable and productive work environment.


Additionally, make sure to get up and move around at least once every hour to keep your body active and healthy. Don't neglect the importance of good posture. Take the time to make small changes that can have a big impact on your overall well-being.

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