When you were a child and your teacher or parent asked you to sit up straight, you probably didn’t realize that having good posture would help prevent musculoskeletal disorders later in life. As we grow older, we spend less time running around outdoors and more time sitting at our desk jobs glued to a computer screen. Thus, running the risk of seriously injuring ourselves.
The body can’t handle the repetitive motion of clicking a mouse
It also can’t handle extended periods of sitting to which we subject ourselves. Ergonomics is the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment. By following the this guide on office ergonomics, you will work more efficiently and productively. Also, you will help protect yourself from debilitating injuries like carpal tunnel, tendinitis, and lower back pain.