2 Daily Spaces to Optimize for Ergonomic Health

2 Daily Spaces to Optimize for Better Ergonomic Health

Our daily habits and spaces have a big impact on our overall health. This includes the small things you wouldn’t think of. Let’s take a look at just two ways we spend our time! Here’s how you can improve your habits and spaces for better ergonomic health.

Kitchen Ergonomics

Americans spend an average of 37 minutes preparing food and cleaning up the kitchen every day. As a result, extended time standing at the counter or in front of the stove in awkward positions can cause neck, low back and arm pain.

Computer Time

Working from home more often these days? Have a game you could spend hours playing on the computer? Make sure your setup is optimized to boost your ergonomic health and avoid unnecessary neck and shoulder pain.