Tips to Reduce Body Pains & Eye Strain Caused by Working at Your Computer – In addition to recreational screen time watching TV or a mobile phone, many working-age adults in the U.S. have jobs that require 8+ hours per day working at a computer, increasing body and eye strain.

Holding poor postures for long periods and performing the same or similar tasks repetitively are among the leading reasons for musculoskeletal conditions such as neck, shoulder, and back pain, as well as carpal tunnel syndrome.

The Defense Health Agency Public Health shares tips on how to include regular physical exercise in your weekly schedule and adjust your monitor to reduce the chance of neck, shoulder, or back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or vision problems.