Set Healthy Limits
Without the normal workplace activity around you, it’s very easy to sit at your desk for many hours continuously and not move around. Set healthy limits on your work hours and plan reasonable breaks for yourself.
Establish a Dedicated Workspace
If possible, set up a distinct work area in a spare bedroom or other space that you can dedicate to your work-related activities. Not everyone will have extra space at home to accomplish this—seek creative solutions such as a work table in the corner of a bedroom or living room.
- Avoid working at your kitchen table or sitting on your bed if possible.
- Creating a dedicated workspace will help you separate work life from home life.
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Reversal of posture exercises also can improve your comfort and prevent injury.
Spending long hours in front of your computer or other devices can strain your eyes and even lead to Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). University of Iowa College of Dentistry has several tips to help protect your vision and use good posture while using devices.