Locate the visual targets to preserve the best neck posture.
- The primary visual target is usually the monitor. Without corrective lenses, or with single vision lenses, the top line of the monitor should be at the height of the eye, and about arms’ length from the user.
- That distance can be changed if needed, but the goal is to locate the target to allow the upright, corrected posture.
Possibly move the monitor closer if the body is leaning in.
The goal is to be able to correct to the best posture, relax and then see the monitor image clearly.