Height-adjustable desk and chair, an ergonomic keyboard and mouse, the right distance between desk and screen – the ideal workplace sounds so simple to set up and yet you hardly ever come across one. Reality is quite another thing: daylight impairing your view of the monitor, desk, chair, and user not at all fitting together, papers piling up in one corner of the desk, with just a tiny space being reserved for the mouse somewhere to the far right. Small wonder, then, that people spend the day in a cramped position, getting all tense, acquiring any number of ailments up to a full-blown. What can be done about it?
  • Make use of concept holders so that you will be able to work with your cervical and thoracic vertebra column in an upright position.
  • Get more space for moving by using a high desk and a height-adjustable table.
  • Use arm rests as a good means of reducing the strain exerted on the shoulders and the neck, serving as a preventive measure against the RSI syndrome.
  • By using an intelligent cable managing system you will be rewarded with a clear structure and additional space at your workplace.
  • Have experts take a closer look at your workplace from an ergonomic point of view.
  • Do not forget to take short breaks on a regular basis!