1. Sitting Healthier

    Some seated postures reduce physical capacity for effort and can lead to body distortion (poor posture) over time; this from researchers who now proclaim the popular 90 degree thigh/trunk angle is no longer the optimal sitting posture. Sitting this way with thighs horizontal loads the spine, reducing one’s physical capacity for effort and can lead […]

  2. A Collection of Tips and Research Findings to Help You Perform at Your Best

    Multi-tasking doesn’t work. Stanford University researchers found that when confronted with concurrent streams of electronic information not only are our multi-tasking skills drastically reduced, but we retain less to memory and have shorter attention spans. Adequate Sleep Improves Performance. The average American gets 6.9 hours of sleep most weeknights. And research has found this is […]

  3. Bifocals and Computer Monitors

    Bifocal users typically view the monitor through the bottom portion of their lenses. This causes them to tilt the head backward to see a monitor that may otherwise be appropriately placed. As with a monitor that is too high, this can fatigue muscles that support the head. Possible Solutions Lower the monitor so you can […]