Ask yourself regularly if you’re sitting properly (both feet on the floor, neck and back straight). It can even help to set reminders on your phone. Drop your shoulders and relax your arms and legs. Oh, and try to avoid sitting cross-legged – your circulation will thank you.
Working from home is probably giving you bad posture
Gone are the days of ergonomic chairs and standing desks – for now at least. If (like me) the sofa is your newfound working space, your posture has probably taken just as much of a hit recently as your social life. This can cause muscle tension, headaches and poor circulation. Here’s a few things you can do to maintain good posture while working from home.
By Beth Ludolf