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Pain? Sit well!

May 21st 2014 at 9:20 PM

The back pain due to improper many cases our posture. But even when not due there, a wrong attitude can exacerbate an already existing problem on your waist, so in each case must sit ... well, if you want to relieve the discomfort.

When in the office is good to sit in a chair with a straight back and great with your shoulders resting on the chair. Your back should be straight and when eg not write on the computer your hands resting on the arms of your chair. Before buying an office chair, be sure to properly support your body. An inadequate office chair or a chair that does not fit your body can strain the muscles that support your spine. 

Your feet should touch the floor comfortably or on a footstool so that your knees are a little loftier level than your hips. The soles of your feet is good to step on the floor across the surface. When you sit for a long time is good to get up at regular intervals, eg every half hour to walk. http://www.hot-bookmarks.com/health/duke-petersons-vision-without-glasses-review/


When you walk, stand or sit is very important to have your back straight to avoid problems with your waist.
adjust the car seat so that the driver can comfortably reach the steering wheel, gears and pedals. When you go to any trip you make frequent stops to xepiasteite and rest.

Pain?  Sit well!
When you sleep on the side you have your knees bent placing a pillow between them for greater comfort and less burden on your spinal column. If you usually sleep on your back place the pillow under your knees (it is the attitude of the so-called 'slumbering Chalepas "which relieves back pain). Avoid sleeping face down, so why stress to the average, however if you get used to view a foot and hand on the corresponding side. If you are experiencing problems with your back, the best position to sleep is embryonic.

For your head, use a pillow that has the appropriate thickness to keep your neck in line with your spine. There should be ie neither too high, nor low.

H poor posture alters the normal lordosis of the waist, causing the so-called kampouriasma. To avoid this, as if you seem comfortable this attitude, not "sink" on the couch or armchair.























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