Home Ergonomic Assessment, Home Office Ergonomic Assessment, Neck Pain Desk Ergonomics, Home Workstation Assessment
Working from home has become the new normal during these hard times. It sounds very comforting, working from your comfortable space, surrounded by your personalized interior.
But in reality, working from home brings about additional challenges when it comes to comfort. Sounds ironic but is unfortunately true.
Working from home presents additional Ergonomic Challenges, as your house is designed for comfort and not work. Working requires different ergonomics than the interiors of a comfortable house.
The need for Home Ergonomics is, therefore, more now than before. In addition to the Client’s posture, the assessment also includes home assessment, whether the working surfaces such as desk, kitchen platform and leisure surfaces such as dining/coffee table, cards table, etc. as well as the sitting surfaces such as chairs, sofa, bed are ergonomic.
It’s time to talk about a few tips on Home Ergonomics,
➢ Series of Tips to improve your Home Ergonomics:
1. The very first thing to do is to be sure that you have a desk to place your monitor or laptop on.
2. Avoid working from your couch because as much as it feels comfortable, it turns out to cause discomfort and muscle ache.
3. Keep your laptop or monitor at your eye level.
4. Sit on a chair with a comfortable seat. If it’s your home chair, add some cushions to it to make it comfortable.
5. Your chair should be placed in front of the desk in such as way so as to leave room to stretch or place your leg comfortably, without congestion.
6. Have ample space on your desk, to rest your arm on it without straining.