Ergonomics (Healthy Computing)

Healthy Computing: Transpose to the Future

Feeling stuck and frustrated? Does it seem that the problem is unsolvable and will never end? The more we feel frustrated, defeated or upset, the more are we aroused and the more are our trigger points in our muscles activate. Allow the arousal to...

Healthy Computing: Too High or Too Low

A good chair at the appropriate height provides a solid foundation from which to work. If our chair is too high we tend to perch, which limits our reach and increases pressure on our thighs. It also reduces movement and circulation in our legs. If...

Healthy Computing: Grounding Stretch

As we work at the computer we often sit without much movement. The more we sit immobilized the more it feels as if our energy drains out of us and negative thoughts and emotions surface more quickly. On the other hand our energy and positive...

Healthy Computing: Have a Ball

Do you feel antsy after sitting in your chair for a few hours and begin to squirm? Do you wish that you could replace your chair but don't have the budget? Do you ache to inject more movement in your workday? The desire to be more mobile is the...

Healthy Computing: Body Sensations

Strong negative emotions such as anger, resentment or jealousy usually
increases neck and shoulder tension and inhibit regeneration and healing. We encourage healing and tranquility when we appreciate BODY
SENSATIONS.

Healthy Computing: Move and Sway

We are often captured by the computer and we may sit for hours without leaving our workstation. We may even take our coffee break at the computer and continue to work while eating our lunch. This immobile work style may contribute to our discomfort...

Healthy Computing: Optimal Distance

Do you almost touch the screen with your nose to see the text? Does it feel as if your arms have shrunk as you have gotten older, that you hold your reading material further away, that restaurants are using a smaller font for menus, and that you...

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