Tips on Maintaining a Good Posture While Using your Laptop

If you tend to your laptop computer for extended hours, then you should not miss these animated movies created by Vodafone Spain about laptop ergonomics.

These movies will show you some simple and actionable tips on how to maintain a correct sitting posture while working on a laptop. Applying these will help you avoid pain and tiredness.

Learn how to improve laptop posture with these informative excellent videos.

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Video 1: Basic Tips on Maintaining Good Posture While Using Laptop at Home, Work or School

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If you use your laptop on the couch:

  • Make more frequent breaks because it is not the best posture for the back.
  • Aim to have your back straight and supported on a cushion.

To relieve muscle tension in the neck:

  • Use a chair that allows you to have your back straight at 90 degrees with your thighs.
  • Relax your neck and keep it aligned with your back.
  • Place the top of the screen at eye level.

To relieve muscle tension in arms:

  • Use a separate keyboard and mouse.
  • Keep arms and forearms at 90 degrees.

To relieve stress in eyes:

  • Guide your position to avoid having reflections or glare.
  • Blink more often to keep the eyes hydrated.

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Video 2: Basic Tips on Maintaining Good Posture While Using Laptop When Traveling on Planes, Trains and Hotels

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To relieve muscle tension in the back:

  • Keep back straight and resting on a support.
  • Do not cross your legs.

To relieve muscle tension in the neck:

  • Relax your neck and keep it aligned with your back.
  • Place the top of the screen at eye level.

To relieve muscle tension in arms:

  • Keep arms and forearms to form 90 degrees.
  • Having hands aligned with forearms.
  • Relax the arms and hands when not typing or using the mouse.

To relieve stress in eyes:

  • Adjust the monitor brightness and font size.
  • Increase the frequency of blinking to keep your eyes hydrated.
  • Make breaks between 2 to 3 minutes every half hour.

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