Good Habits to Adopt at Work

By Philips Monitors, 02 Nov 2018.

Are you finding it tough to clock eight hours at your work desk daily? At the end of the day, do you suffer from back ache, neck strain, muscle pain and tired eyes?

If you say 'yes' to any of the aforementioned ailment, or worse, to all of them, it is time to adopt the following good workplace habits for your general wellness at work. After all, working should be a joy and not a chore.

Tired eyes is a common ailment of computer users.

Rest tired eyes
It can't be helped that most office workers spend way too much time facing the computer to get work done, in this day of modern technology. Do not be over absorbed with work, so remember to rest tired eyes by looking away from your screen for a few seconds at intervals of 20 minutes. For that few seconds that you look away from your screen, it is advisable to stare into green nature. If this is not available, a scenic picture with lots of green is an ideal alternative.

Make sure room lighting is correct.

Correct room lighting
Working in a dim room or a room that is overly bright can cause eye strain as well. Therefore, it is important to place lighting in correct spots in the room. Apart from light installations, if your work desk faces a window, do soften the direct light with blinds or curtains. Indirect light can also cause eye strain, especially when there is glare on your screen, due to an imbalance of surface luminance within the visual field, or bounced off a glossy surface or water.

Visual color, brightness and font size
With the amount of time one faces the monitor, it is imperative to use a display that renders true-to-life colors, with controlled contrast and brightness. Adjust the font type and size to a comfortable level, so that squinting is unnecessary. Don't forget to adjust the monitor height to eye level and in your field of view, without having to raise your head or bend your neck to look at the screen.

This UltraClear 4K UHD Ultra Wide-Color screen has the advantage of ergonomic adjustment.

Ergonomic adjustments
Talking about ergonomic adjustments, the people-friendly innovative SmartErgoBase monitor base of Philips Monitors 328P6VUBREB was designed just for the purpose of adjusting the monitor to match the requirement of individual users. With its flexibility, the monitor can be placed at the perfect height, swivel, tilt, rotation, and even pivot 90 degrees into portrait mode. Easily set up the monitor on your work station as you wish for maximum comfort, as well as productivity.

About Philips Monitors 328P6VUBREB
Besides being equipped with SmartErgoBase monitor base, this 31.5" UltraClear 4K UHD Ultra Wide-Color display features a built-in USB-C docking station that allows for easy, one-cable docking, simplifying the connections of peripherals such as keyboard, mouse, ethernet cable and other devices. Also, all it takes is a single USB-C cable to transfer data at a super speed from notebook to desktop, while recharging the compatible notebook, without the need for a power cable.

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