With the spread of COVID-19, workforces around the globe are being encouraged to stay at home and practice social distancing as much as possible.
In the US, various firms that belong to diverse industries are being asked to work remotely.
Understandably, the time spent in front of a personal computer or a laptop has significantly increased for many people. Moreover, work from home has resulted in an increase in poor ergonomic habits.
If you find yourself crouched over your laptop on the kitchen table—or in bed—these days, it’s time to reconsider your work from home habits. An ergonomic home office is the first step in preventing long-term back and neck pain. Here are some tips to get you started.