Tip number 6 – if you must use the laptop in bed then lie on your back with your knees up and the computer on your thighs. Don’t prop your head up at a ridiculous angle. Keep it on a single pillow.
If you are using the laptop on the couch, try and elevate it on a cushion, or multiple cushions on your lap.
If you must use it at the coffee table – then kneel in front of it and again try and bring it up to eye level; don’t lean forward on your seat.
Regardless of where you use your laptop it is a good idea to take a break every 30 to 40 minutes and get up and move around. This will also help prevent the likelihood of spinal pain developing.