Seven tips for healthy working
Support the body
Sit as far back in the chair as possible with your back against the backrest and support your forearms while relaxing your shoulders.
Avoid small repetitive movements
Typing is healthier than using the mouse, so use as many keyboard shortcuts as possible. Move the mouse with your entire arm rather than just your wrist and do not do everything with one hand.
Work with a straight posture
Place the keyboard and monitor right in front of you. Position the top of the screen at or slightly below eye level and place documents between the keyboard and the screen.
Position the keyboard and mouse close to the body and also put the phone within reach.
Limit the number of hours of computer work and take (micro) breaks. Allow your hands to rest when you are not using the mouse or keyboard for a moment.
Make sure you regularly walk and stand besides just sitting. Keep your body fit.
Listen to your body!