Your Lifestyle Can Lead to Chronic Back Pain
Back pain is not a strange medical condition as we hear it rather often. However, much of the pain and discomfort can be avoided with some conscious changes in your daily life.
You should take note of your sitting posture while at work on the desk. Most times, we are likely to be slumped forward and have our head stooped over our computer screen. A sedentary lifestyle puts you at a high risk of developing back pain. This can be avoided by making sure you take appropriate breaks and stretches in between work.
Strengthening your core muscles also reduces the risk of suffering from back pain. Your core needs to be engaged when you are sitting down in order for it to support your spine.
More information can be found at EconoTimes: “Is Your Lifestyle Going to Lead to Chronic Back Pain in the Future?“
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