1. Use a bigger device: Generally speaking, the more time required on the task the bigger the device you use. Anything requiring more than 30 minutes of work – whether it’s social media, word documents or web browsing – means you need to sit at a desk. Save small tasks and checking things quickly for your small devices.
  2. Long-time sitting requires a good workspace set-up. Think about changing your set-up: use multiple screens, change the mouse from side to side, and sit at different chairs to change your posture.
  3. Counter the effects of small tablets on your bad posture with regular movement. Stand up from your desk at least once every hour and go for a walk, and work extension exercises like yoga, GYROTONIC(R) method and pilates into your routine. As a general rule for every hour you sit you need to do 5 minutes of exercise throughout the week.