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floor. Stand tall with your head up and shoulders back.
At home, lie down and elevate your feet
above your heart for a few minutes to improve
circulation. Sit on an exercise ball for a few
minutes, or lie back over it to change the
curve of your spine. Almost anything you do
that gets you up and changes your position
every 30 minutes will help.
As for astronauts, Vernikos thinks a dose
of gravity may eventually be the cure—some
sort of spinning wheel or machine they can
ride to get their daily gravitational pull. For
those of us on Earth but chair-bound, getting
up often is the simplest solution. C
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Jennifer Nelson covers health and lifestyle for
Self, Glamour, and Parade among others.
at your computer
● Hands. Keep your arms by your
sides and position bent elbows slightly
higher than your wrists, and your wrists
slightly above your hands. Wrists should
be in a neutral position. You want to be
an arm’s length from the screen with
the keyboard directly in front of you.
The keyboard should be 2 inches above
● Feet. Keep your feet flat on the floor
in front of you, hips’ width apart, with
knees bent at a little more than a right
angle. Keep an inch or two between your
knees and the seat to allow for better
● Chair. Sit so your thighs are horizontal, with your hips slightly higher
than your knees. Keep your knees hips’
distance apart (do not cross your legs or
ankles). A 100- to 110-degree reclined
angle in the chair (rather than a 90-degree
angle) may be more comfortable. Rest your
forearms so your shoulders are relaxed.
● Monitor. Place your monitor so your
eyes, looking straight ahead, are between
the center and the top of the screen with
your chin parallel to the floor.
● Head. Your head should be in alignment with your back, not leaning forward.
Position your shoulders over your hips and
your ears over your shoulders.—JN
Choosing a chair
IN GENERAL, a good chair should accommodate both paper-based and computer-centered work and ideally offer three
kinds of working postures: reclined,
forward leaning and upright. It should
feature excellent lumbar support. Well-placed, padded and adjustable armrests
reduce pressure on neck and shoulders.
Swiveling or rolling features make it easier to move forward and away from tasks
and enter and exit the chair efficiently.