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HomeBlogFour Tips to Keep You Moving in the Right Direction

Four Tips to Keep You Moving in the Right Direction

Four Tips to Keep You Moving in the Right Direction

Sitting at your computer can take its toll on your body. Here are some helpful tips to maintain good health.

  1. Looking forward: It is recommended that you sit with your body spaced 50 to 65 cm's from your computer screen, with the top of your monitor in-line with the top of your head when it is in a neutral position. This will take the strain off your eyes and give you a better view of what you have to achieve
  2. Watch your posture: Keep your elbows at a 90 degree angle whilst typing comfortably. Don't forget to move them around every so often to keep your circulation going. Very often we lean into our monitors causing strain on our backs and necks. This imbalance has a ripple effect throughout the whole body
  3. Stand up for yourself: Every 30 minutes or so stand up and move around to avoid your joints seizing up. Take a brisk walk around the office and say "Hi" to your co-workers. Social conversations help to refresh your mind while helping you maintain focus on the job at hand. According to research from of the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic fatigue is decreased when you use sit-stand work stations, increasing overall wellbeing and decreasing appetite
  4. Step it up: Use the stairs instead of pushing that button to call for an elevator. Its gets your heart pumping and raises your endorphins, putting a smile on your face and a hop in your step


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