If you spend most of your working hours in your home office, it needs to be comfortable. In fact, it needs to be ergonomic, or well-fitting to you and your needs.
Office ergonomics can help decrease strain on your back and neck from sitting in a chair, slumped over a keyboard for hours each day. It can also prevent eye strain, headaches, and pain in your fingers and wrists. Before you start to see significant problems in your tendons, blood vessels, spine, and more, it’s important to increase the comfort of your office furniture.
Some desks are adjustable to fit the height of the person using it. Alternatively, purchase an adjustable desk chair to meet the height of your desk. You should comfortably be able to look straight ahead to your computer monitor, rather than look up or down at it.
Or, consider using a standing desk, which can increase your blood flow as you work. If you choose to use a chair, take frequent breaks to stretch or do light exercise.