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Setting Up Your Ergonomic Workstation

Is your workspace ergonomic? Your desk setup can make a significant impact on your spine health. Here are some tips to make sure you're supporting your back and preventing pain:

1. Desk Chair Adjusting the back of your chair is essential for supporting your back. If your chair isn't adjustable, use a rolled-up towel or lumbar roll for added support. It's also crucial to ensure that your chair's height enables your feet to rest flat on the floor. If it doesn't, use a small adjustable footrest.

2. Computer Monitor Positioning your computer monitor correctly on your desk is essential for preventing neck, shoulder, and back pain. Ensure that your computer monitor is at a 90-degree angle to your line of vision. If you find yourself leaning forward or squinting, move the monitor closer to you.

3. Keyboard & Mouse Your wrists should be flat and straight concerning your forearms when using the keyboard and mouse. Your arms and elbows should be relaxed and close to your body, and your elbows should be at a 90-degree angle. If your arms are not at a comfortable position, try adjusting the height of your desk or chair.

By keeping these tips in mind, you can ensure that your workspace supports your spine health.

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