Feeling the pain in your lower back? You’re not the only one. The majority of office workers complain mostly about the aches in their back. To relieve some of that burden on your back, here are 4 seated stretches to manage the pain and improve your posture.
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People complain about bad knees all the time, preventing them from long walks and physically demanding activities. But that should never stop you from exercising your knees, since mobility it what keeps them strong in the first place. Check out these stretches that you can do right at your office desk.
Contrary to popular belief, bed rest is not the best treatment plan for back pain. Lying down for extended periods of time will actually slow down healing process for joints and tissue, so the best thing you can do is get up and move, according to experts.
Is slouching on your chair and hunching over your computer monitor giving you perpetual neck pain? Get rid of the stiffness by doing these stretches. Doing these daily will greatly improve your neck’s range of motion and flexibility, in turn promote better posture.
With your back hunched as you review your daily reports on your computer monitor, core strength and good posture go down the drain. To keep up with your fitness while maintaining (or even improving) productivity, try out these ab and lower back exercises right at your desk.
Working all day in front of a computer is detrimental for those diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel, as well as increases the development of symptoms for those without it. Here are a few easy exercises to prevent numbness, pain and tingling in your fingers, hands and wrists.