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Back & foot supports encourage you into a neutral seated posture to increase back support
Palm support helps you to achieve a neutral posture in order to relieve wrist pressure
Keyboard managers, monitor/laptop supports, and document holders place your keyboard, mouse, screen and documents in the optimal viewing position for neutral posture.
Reduce the risk of illness and allergies with an air purifier that safely removes airborne pollutants
If you work at a computer, any back pain or discomfort you experience is most likely linked to your working position. Slouching, poor posture, improper support and incorrect foot and leg positioning can all lead to back pain.
At all times you should avoid straining your back muscles and always try to sit in the neutral posture (this means sitting back into your chair with your legs parallel to the floor). This will encourage movement, and improve circulation and overall comfort. And please remember to take regular breaks and short walks.
Back Supports give firm support to the back’s natural curve, whilst foot supports elevate your feet and ensure your thighs are parallel to the floor. Using both together will encourage you to work in the most comfortable position.
If your keyboard or mouse is in the wrong position you could soon be suffering pain and discomfort. To ensure you are working well, your wrists should in the neutral position (as flat as possible). If they are at an angle you increase the risk of discomfort and potential long term injury.
Ensure your wrists are in the ideal position for you and your workstation. Provide extra support wherever possible to relieve the pressure you put on them when typing and using a mouse. You will notice how flat Emma’s wrists are below – this is the neutral posture.
Wrist Supports work perfectly alongside your mouse and keyboard to provide cushion and support for your wrists. Adjust your keyboard for maximum comfort, positioning it and your mouse closer and lower to you, so your forearms are approximately parallel with the floor.
Moving your head to view your screen or to read documents requires you to tilt and turn your neck and upper back. If your screen and documents are not at the correct angles you will put serious strain on your neck, back and shoulders.
Position your screen and documents at a comfortable viewing angle. See how Mike’s back and neck are nice and straight when using his computer. This is the correct and comfortable way to work.
The top of your screen should always be in line with your eyes - or just below eye level. It is also best to position your screen about an arm’s length away. By using a monitor or laptop riser you will be able to achieve the best position for comfortable viewing.
Rather than looking down on your work you should be looking ahead with a straight neck and back. A document holder lifts documents off your desk and closer to eye level, which in turn reduces neck rotation, eye movement and muscle strain.
A messy working environment is bad for your health and greatly affects your productivity. You waste lots of time fidgeting and re-arranging yourself and your desk because things are in the wrong place. You frequently misplace things, and your desk is full of dust and bacteria.
You need to make sure frequently used items are within easy reach, everything is well organised, the desktop is clean and the air you are breathing is pure and healthy. By creating a healthy environment you will vastly improve your overall well-being.
An organised desk will improve comfort and productivity. Use stackable solutions to take advantage of vertical space and document holders to keep everything within easy reach. Remember also to clean your desk regularly with professional anti-bacterial cleaning solutions, and an air purifier will remove 99.97% of airborne germs, viruses, bacteria, pollen and dust.
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