Ergonomic Posture Setup
This segment will supply ergonomic suggestions for the positioning of each of the important body parts, with respect to your sitting position before the computer monitor.
Your head should be centered over your shoulders, at about arms length from the computer monitor, with eyes looking straight ahead at the monitor or just below a horizontal gaze.
Your shoulders should be comfortably held down and back.
Your back should be held upright, while maintaining the curve of the lower back (supported by the ergonomically adjusted chair back).
Your elbows should be relaxed and held close to the side of the body, causing around a 90-degree angle between the arm and the forearm.
Your wrists should be relaxed, in a straight neutral position, without resting on a wrist pad or on the edge of the work surface.
Your knees should be slightly lower than the hips.
The chair should be slightly slanted forward (with the front end of the seat, behind the knees, being very slightly lower than the back end of the seat).
Your neck should be elongated, without straining forward or backward.
Your fingers should be gently curved downward.
Your feet should be planted flat on the floor.