Jay Jones


Healthy Computing

"Your wrists aren't in a neutral position - they're bent up, down, or sideways.
Wrists should be kept straight - in line with the rest of the arms. People with broad chests may prefer a split design keyboard, as their elbows are already pushed slightly outward, naturally angling their wrists toward each other. Conversely, thinner people may find a traditional "straight" keyboard more comfortable. See Keyboard Overview and Accessories or Keyboard Setup and Usage." website: healthy


Your monitor is too low.
"Placing the monitor too low can cause you to tilt your head forward and lead to headaches. Make sure it's positioned properly (usually so that the top of the screen is level with your eyes). See Monitor Setup and Usage."


OSHA =(in the US) Occupational safety and health administration. its like a medical lawyer or doctor
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