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How to Save Yourself From Long-Term Back Pain When Using Desktop Computers
Guidance for students: using a desktop
By far the best place to use a computer is at a desk with an adjustable chair. This gives everyone the ability to set up the workstation for their own personal comfort. Even with the perfect seating position there are a number of adjustments required to ensure the workstation is set-up correctly. It is important for your child to have the correct posture when using technology.
This is a helpful guide for parents to setting up a chair, desk and desktop computer for your child to use. The advice provided will enable you to increase your child's comfort when they use a computer at a desk and to reduce the risk of forming bad habits that could lead to discomfort or injury in the future.
So what’s in the guide?
- How to set up your chair correctly
- How to sit at the desk
- How to position your mouse and keyboard
- How to position the monitor and find the perfect height
- Other tips and tricks to reducing straight
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