Laptop Ergonomics - Basic Tips - Adult or Child Laptop Use at Home, Work or School



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Published on Mar 28, 2011

Ergonomic use of Laptop or Computer devices for recreation or work at home, office or school can bring you great benefits, including your children or kids, if you adopt healthy habits by using them as a correct posture, regular breaks and a proper adjustment of equipment. Awareness of these Ergonomics basic safety tips and suggestions can help prevent or relive occupational work, classroom or home stresses or disorders such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Back / Neck Pain or vision care when using laptop devices:

Adult or Child Laptop Use at Home, Work or Classroom:

Laptop Use while Traveling on Planes, Trains and in Hotels:

Mobile or Smart Phone Use while Driving, Traveling or on the Move:

Follow these basic Laptop safety tips to improve your experience:
√ If you use your laptop on the couch :
• Make more frequent breaks because it is the best posture for the back.
• Try 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
• 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 at the hearing :
• Target your job so you are not reflections or glare.
• Blink frequently to keep the eyes hydrated.

√ Children / Kids use of laptop / computers at home :
• Try to have your back straight and supported on a cushion.
• Try to us a cushion to have the screen at eye level.
• Use a separate keyboard and mouse.
• In some cases, use a box as a foot rest.
• Limit time of computer use each day to 30 minutes.
• Ensure your child spends more time exercising then computer time.

by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
• Modifications to Existing Furniture
• Attention to Ergonomics
• Frequent Movement
• Frequent Breaks
• Varied Seating
• Body Posture
• Stretching
Leads to a healthy laptop work place, classroom or home healthy habits

• Fitness
• Work Style
• Vision Care
• Ergonomics
• Regeneration
• Somatic Awareness
• Stress Management

Original Animated Video created in Spanish for Vodafone


El uso de dispositivos móviles para ocio o trabajo puede aportarte grandes beneficios siempre que adoptes hábitos saludables al utilizarlos, como una postura correcta, descansos regulares y un correcto ajuste del equipo.
Siempre que te sea posible, es aconsejable:
√ Si usas el portátil en el sofá:
• Hacer descansos más frecuentes porque no es la mejor postura para la espalda.
• Procurar tener la espalda erguida y apoyada sobre un cojín.
√ Para aliviar la tensión muscular de las cervicales:
• Utilizar una silla que te permita tener la espalda recta formando 90 grados con
los muslos.
• Relajar el cuello y mantenerlo alineado con la espalda.
• Situar la parte superior de la pantalla a la altura de los ojos.
√ Para aliviar la tensión muscular de los brazos:
• Utilizar un teclado y un ratón independientes.
• Mantener los brazos y antebrazos formando 90 grados.
√ Para aliviar la tensión en la vista:
• Orientar tu puesto para que no tengas reflejos o deslumbramientos.
• Parpadear más frecuentemente para mantener los ojos hidratados.

Más información en : http://bit.ly/RCUsosaludable
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Healthy use of laptops at home

Laptop Ergonomics - Basic Tips -
Adult or Child Laptop Use at Home, Work or School

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