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Any rule of thumb for height of monitor?

MaggiePMMaggieP Posts: 349
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:28 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
I think my monitor might be too low. After I'm on for an hour or so, I have trouble raising up my head, and sometimes my neck seems to lock up. When I raise my head to free it up I can hear a very loud crack. :D Then to tip head down to read screen again, neck muscles feel tight. I thought about putting a phone book or something under the monitor, but not sure how much to raise it up. Any suggestions?

Thanks, Maggie


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