To be effective in your workplace you need to be comfortable and be at ease with the office furnishings and work habits. It is your responsibility to protect your body and avoid injury to give a good performance. Here are some practical ergonomic tips you can use at your workspace and work style.
Task lighting is advisable to adjust illumination and minimize glare; enough lighting can reduce eyestrain and headaches. It will be helpful to invest in a monitor with high quality and proper positioning to the screen also reduces eyestrain.
Ergonomic seating products are already out in the market. Investing on such will increase your productivity as the flexible agile seating experience supports a range of postures.
Working the whole day in front of the computer puts strain on your wrist, arm and shoulder that can later lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. To avoid this you can use keyboard tray.
You can do a simple task of moving around on your workday just make sure to get an excellent use of those muscles. Observe good posture, whether in sitting or standing position.