5 Stretches You Can Do At Your Desk Now
Stretches for Prolonged Sitting
Joan Vernikos, a former NASA scientist mentions that “Prolonged sitting can lead to the same negative health effects on the body like muscle and bone degeneration and soreness, similar to what astronauts experience after being in microgravity.”
As you sit for a long period of time, your spine gets compressed, and the vertebrae collapses onto each other which can cause pain and aches.
Vernikos recommends that you shouldn’t stay in one position for too long.
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