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QuestionNeck ache caused by too big monitors? PinprofessionalJoan Murt15-May-14 23:41 
Hello all,
 
I've noticed that lately (ultra-overworked) I've got neck ache (top part of my back and lower part of my head gets stiff).
 
I'm working with two 24" wide monitors in vertical position and I've noticed that I'm looking usually to the upper part of those monitors as the code I write/review is not always long and it is on the upper part of the screen.
 
I'm not sure of that, but I'm starting to suspect I'm getting old + that my neck is working too much using that display combination.
 
Given the fact I do need two displays to work, what would you recommend me? I'm now trying both displays in the horizontal position and it looks like my neck is relaxing a little.
 
Which monitor set would you recommend me?
 
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