Since the COVID-19 pandemic started to affect everyone's lives, many businesses and companies have adapted by letting their employees work from home. This arrangement helps to decrease human interaction and, subsequently, limit the transmission of the virus.
Although working from home is definitely safer, it has its own set of challenges. One of these is working in a less than ideal environment. Unlike in the office, where the work environment is ergonomically friendly, your home workstation might not offer the same comfort and support.
If you are working with your laptop at a makeshift desk or kitchen table, you might develop neck and shoulder pain. With this in mind, we are listing below several tips to prevent neck and should pain when working from home.
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