Questions to ask about your desk setup

Sitting at a desk for long periods of time each day and cause problems with your back, neck and shoulders and it is important to ensure that when you have purchased your Next Day delivery desks, you can find some great ones if you Click this link, you ask yourself some important questions about how you set up your desk space.

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Is your computer set so that without straining, you can see it well?


So that your eyes are aligned with the top of the computer screen, lift or lower the display or your chair. You may need to lower the display a further 1 to 2 inches if you wear bifocals.

If you need to you can also increase the size of the font you use.


Are your mouse and keyboard positioned so that to use them you don’t have to reach up?

Drop the height of your desk or lift your chair so that your forearms are slightly backward or parallel to the floor and your wrists are not pointed either upward or downward. This helps to prevent strain and tension from occurring in your shoulders and arms.

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Does your chair allow the natural curves of your body to remain in place, such as the curve in your lower back and to be supported?


Lift or lower the chair so that at a 90-degree angle you’re not sitting straight up, but rather with a 100 to 110-degree somewhat reclined stance.


Can your feet hit the ground while you’re seated?

If you have lifted your chair and your feet no longer hit the ground, try using a floor riser making sure you keep a few inches between the chair and the back of your knees.