●If sunlight causes reflections on your computer screen, you can close the curtains or adjust the position.
●Keep your body well hydrated throughout the day. Dehydration can cause physical discomfort, which in turn affects posture, and drinking plenty of water can prevent this from happening. And when your body is well hydrated, you have to get up and go to the toilet every once in a while.
●The first thing to do when buying a new office, office chair or desk is to adjust the height of the chair to match your height and desk height.
●Some studies have shown that using an inflatable yoga ball as a chair is the most effective exercise for developing correct posture.
●If the computer is a little further away from you in order to maintain proper posture, you can zoom in on the text and menu items on the computer screen.
●Take breaks from time to time throughout the day to stretch your body at the right angle, relieve back stress, exercise your back muscles, and prevent back pain.
●Every 30-60 minutes you have to stand up and walk around for 1-2 minutes. Sitting for long periods of time can cause pelvic neuralgia, as well as many health problems, such as blood clots, heart disease, and more.
●Sitting in front of a computer for too long can cause muscle stiffness.
●Computer glare and blue light can cause headaches, and you may change your posture to avoid the light. Wearing blue-blocking glasses or using a blue-light filter, such as Windows' Night Mode, can correct this problem.
●Once you have your workspace set up correctly, be sure to develop good work habits. No matter how perfect the environment is, sitting still for a long time will affect the blood circulation and cause harm to the body.