Sitting at Your Computer All Day? You’re Doing it Wrong

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A few simple adjustments to the keyboard and monitor can make all the difference.

Many of us spend upward of eight hours a day at a desk, staring at a computer screen. Naturally, this can create some aches and pains.

While some people choose to switch to a standing desk, there are some other simple ways to make your current desk and computer more ergonomic. One way to avoid strain? Pick a keyboard that doesn't have a number pad. It keeps your hands centered and prevents you from leaning or twisting too far in one direction.

To learn more ways to make your workspace more ergonomic, check out the video below from CNET

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