How to have good healthy ergonomics at home office

Working at home gives you greater freedom to arrange the office to your own tastes. However, since most people have little extra room for a home office, it’s important to set up your space with care.

Choose a space that has no other uses (don’t, for example, simply take over the dining room table). If you don’t have a room to spare, section off part of a larger room. Floor-to-ceiling bookcases will create a feeling of privacy. You could even convert an unused part of a garage or a walk-in closet as long as it has proper ventilation, good lighting, and enough electrical outlets.

When you choose furniture, don’t settle for card tables and folding chairs. Remember that-your productivity will be higher if you are comfortable. Select tables and desks without sharp edges, or cover sharp edges with soft material.