With approximately 25% of the UK’s overall population working in offices and with computers daily work place ailments like repetitive strain injuries and ocular fatigue are becoming increasingly prevalent. Worryingly these types of injuries are on the rise else where too as it is not only office workers who spend long periods of time at their computers.
These days’ schools are required to teach computer skills to children from the youngest possible age, with 2-3 year olds being taught with tablets, as well as on how to use and rely upon them. It is for this reason that the number of young people developing repetitive strain injuries and ocular fatigue is also on the increase.
Ergonomic monitor stands are made with the express purpose of reducing the negative effects on the user’s posture and their eyes, by placing the computer screen at a level that is more agreeable to the human bodies natural positioning.
For a monitor stand to be used effectively it would need to position the top of the monitor at your eye level when you’re sat at your desk and assuming your normal seating posture; which we hope is with a straight, up-right back. By doing this you will reduce the strain on your eyes as well as the necessity to hunch over your desk to get a good view of your screen.
Our Monitor Stands
Corner Monitor Stand
Monitor Screen Riser With Copyholder
Articulating Monitor Arm
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