Keyboard positioning

1.  Use a keyboard tray with a downward tilt, if possible.   This will keep your wrists in a neutral position.

2.  Center the spacebar of the keyboard in front of you to keep your body in a neutral position.

3.  Avoid using a wrist rest as they can put pressure on the nerves running through your wrist.

4.  Position your keyboard in such a way that your forearms are parallel to your thighs with both feet flat on the floor (or footrest).  This will help maintain proper blood flow to the hands and arms while decreasing muscle strain and tension.