but we need to pay attention to how we (and our children) are working.
• Watch the angle of your wrists - we often kink them when using mice and keyboards (see pic)
• Eyes should be level with the top of the computer screen.
• Arms relaxed, at right angles to the desk top.
• Hips and knees at right angles (90 degrees).
• Chairs are very important - we need to sit well supported in an adjustable well-fitting task chair — pay attention to height adjustment, lumbar support, back rest and seat depth.
• Feet need support - on the floor or on a footrest.
• We need to regularly change our posture, and take regular breaks from the desk.
• Make sure lighting in the room is appropriate - not too dim, not too bright.