Many of us spend most if not all of our work day sitting! Compound that with the fact that we are sitting in front of a computer or other similar work station and performing on going and repetitive activities. Your work station should be your friend, not your enemy....it should be designed for maximum comfort and productivity. Below are suggestions to follow when setting up or re-organizing your work station.
And by the way, don't "skimp" on a cheap chair. If you sit for a living, the chair is one of your most imortant tools. It should be "ergonomically" designed. Which in general terms means that all of its parts are "adjustable" and can be altered to fit your body shape, size and needs. So whether you are tall or short, thin or heavy-set, you can accomodate for your personal needs and comfort. The diagram above will give you general guidelines in organizing your personal work station. Feel free to download a copy for yourself. ...Have a good day!
For more advice and tips on sitting, I recommend reading: Sitting on the Job: How to Survive the Streses of Sitting Down to Work, A Practical Handbook - by Scott Donkin
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