jeremy Napier



When working or playing at the computer, adapt your surroundings and arrange your computing equipment to promote a comfortable and relaxed body posture.

  Because everyone has a unique body size and work environment, we cannot tell you exactly how to set up your workstation to avoid discomfort; however, the following suggestions may help to provide you with a more co

    To promote proper wrist and finger postures, consider the following:

 Keep your wrists straight while typing and while using a mouse or trackball. 

Avoid bending your wrists up, down, or to the sides.  Use the keyboard legs if they help you maintain a comfortable and straight wrist position.

Type with your hands and wrists floating above the keyboard, so that you can use your whole arm to reach for distant keys instead of stretching your fingers.


    To minimise neck bending and twisting, consider the following:

Center your monitor in front of you.  Consider placing your documents directly in front of you and the monitor slightly to the side, if you refer to your documents more frequently than your monitor.Consider using a document holder to position your documents near eye level.

Position the top of the screen near eye level.  Bifocal wearers  may need to lower the screen or talk to a qualified health professional about glasses customized for computer work.

Get up often even for short breaks.