Where you work can affect your physical health. When you’re looking for your perfect setup there’s plenty to choose from: exercise balls to sit on, treadmill desks, standing desks, ergonomic chairs and keyboards, laptop stands, second screens… you could spend hours (and a fortune) putting together a setup that works for you.

iOS developer David Smith described a tip I’d noticed myself on his podcast, Developing Perspective. According to David, when he started university a professor told him that “the most important part of ergonomics is hydration.”

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