What people don’t really understand is that you spend 7-9 hours in bed sleeping, so if your spine isn’t supported on a good pillow that enhances the natural shape of the neck, then you’re actually doing damage all night. If you are working on a device all day, then you really want your and your family's spines to be supported when you sleep.
As a Physiotherapist, the most common question I hear about chairs, is "how do I know what a good chair is?" I’ve seen people working on outdoor deck chairs, stools, fit balls, couches, and even the bed. These kinds of chairs do not encourage good postures, and remember that poor postures accumulate!
What kind of mouse do you have? Is it the right size for your hand? Does the cursor move slowly or quickly? If you are experiencing wrist, elbow, or shoulder pain, it could be that you need an ergonomic mouse or a wrist support. What you need to know when purchasing a mouse: