Are you reading this on your laptop? How are you sitting? How is your back and what is the position of your neck?
If your position is not the optimal way for your neck and back, you might feel less productive, feel more tired and lethargic. Whether you realize it or not, having a bad posture directly impacts your productivity. Conversely, sitting straight and looking ahead energizes.
Now, imagine spending 8-10 hours a day for the next 10 years working on your laptop with bad posture. That’s a one way ticket to back problems and neck pain.
The best way to avoid pain is to simply set your computer on a laptop stand while also using an external mouse and keyboard. Staples, Walmart, Ebay, Amazon are all great places to find a stand solution that will work for you!