Incorporate Vitamins A, C, and E on a daily basis; eat citrus fruits, green leafy veggies, tomatoes, spinach, poultry and dairy products. Pack a box of chopped carrots, cucumber and fresh fruits and munch in-between meals at the office.
Hardi wrote:I just few days ago finished my desk for computer. I did not find any desk I could like from store. So I was build one by my self. I don't like those computer desks they sell in store, they looks monstrous. and I don't believe those could be comfortable. Well it seems, my hand's and back, doesn't hurt so much any more for working computer long... before it was too bad.
Now I must find also right position for monitor. I think maybe I mount it to wall, but I need to find out the right height first.. must experiment. I have heard that best is when display top edge is on same horizon as eyes.
My LCD seems not to have notable problems with correct angle.. only when it's placed to high or look from to low then it's a bit too dark. Actually I would like to have a wall mounting arm, that allows to adjust it well, but they're expensive.Xkalibur wrote:If you've got an LCD monitor, then place at the right angle. If CRT monitor, it doesn't matter from witch angle you look at your monitor screen.
I think desks which are on sale in stores are quite comfortable, because they has extended thing (dunno how to say it right) for the keyboard, also there's a place for speakers and for your discs...Does your handmade desk has all these stuff ?
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