The upright human posture is a result of years of evolution, but it seems that we are ” De-evolving” these days with the countless hours in front of the screen.The forward head posture when we are working in front of a desk puts a lot of strain on muscles and ligaments at the neck, shoulder, back and even the wrists. These repetitive strains very commonly results in neck and back aches, even numbness and headaches.
Adjust the screen to your eye level
Make sure that your wrists and hands are supported
Adjust your chair until the hip is slightly higher than the knees
Take a break every 30 minutes