Working at a desktop: 6 tips

Do you work at a desktop? Then you probably have a fixed workstation. The big advantage of having your own workstation is that it can be fully adjusted to suit your own requirements and physical measurements. With the correct settings in place, you are unconsciously stimulated to adopt a healthy posture. But how do you do that?Read more

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Increase your comfort with a laptop raiser

It is not easy to adjust a laptop to your own physical requirements, especially regarding the height and distance of the screen and the operation of the mouse (touchpad). As a result, most people adopt a hunched over posture when working at a laptop that can cause neck and shoulder complaints. Should you throw away your laptop? Not necessary! With a laptop stand and the right tools you can still create a healthy workplace.Read more

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Healthy work practices with a tablet? It is possible!

There are no restrictions with a tablet, you can work anywhere. Whether you are in the train or on the couch, you can easily check your documents. Working flexibly brings so much variety and movement with it. You would think this would be good news! But there is also a downside: ergonomic problems can arise with long-term tablet use. Read on to learn how this happens and what you can do about it.Read more

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