Reverse Your Orientation
If you use an Apple Watch, you probably already know that you can set which wrist it’s oriented for. But beyond that, switching your Apple Watch orientation could have some benefits you may not expect. As pointed out by developer Craig Hockenberry, “reverse crown orientation” has some ergonomic benefits.
Basically, you’ll flip your Apple Watch around so that the Digital Crown is on the left side of the device (facing toward you). Then, you’ll go into Watch > General > Orientation to change the settings to match. Try it out – you may just find that you like the ergonomics of reverse crown orientation a lot better than Apple’s default mode.