Tips for Healthy Posture
Sit as far back as possible on your office chair using as much of the seat as possible.
Correct posture is not the only factor in ensuring pain-free work. Actively leaning forward and backwards at your workstation contributes to “dynamic seating”, which is also important. A good office chair will aid you in achieving pain-free workday.
However, even with the best office chair, it is necessary to stand up and stretch at regular intervals. This is facilitated particularly well by an electronically height-adjustable desk, at which you can work standing up for extended periods.
If you have a height-adjustable desk, start by adjusting your office chair to your personal requirements Next, adjust the height of the desk so that the forearms rest lightly on the desktop.
Some desks cannot be adequately adjusted for smaller users. In this case, we recommend the use of a footrest. A footrest should be adjustable in height and angle, and it enables healthier posture. Adjust the office chair so that, at the lowest possible height, the forearms rest at right angles on the table. The footrest can now be adjusted so that the upper and lower legs are at a right angle.
Also take notice to position your monitor at an appropriate height. The top edge of the monitor should be at the same height as your eyes or slightly below them.