What is the best way to avoid back pain if you sit all day at work?

And how to prevent Eye strain, and Repetitive Stress Injury...
In: Health.Pain Asked by: Cassie Nov 28, 2007 - 82 Months Ago.  Viewed 7049 times



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To avoid back pain, you have to relax your back muscles while you work. Tall people tend to sit stopped or bend that put lot of pressure on their spine and back. Short people lift their heads and put pressure on their necks. The key to avoiding pain is to be in a comfortable position not to strain your muscles. And not be in any position long enough to cause tension.

So contrary to the advice given by those without back pain, the best way is to sit is often not sitting bolt upright. A laid-back posture works, sprawling halfway between upright and horizontal. Other time-proven positions from the orient where chairs were uncommon had people sitting on their shins, or sitting with the legs crossed like Buddha. Again, keep moving positions so as not to tense up over time.

Find the right chair that fits you. A good fit allows you to sit back and not touch the backs of your knees. Your feet should rest flat on the floor. A foot stool is very helpful for short people.

For those of us with lower back pain, driving can be very irritating. To reduce the pressure on the lower spine, put a small pillow or rolled towel behind your lower back.

Regardless of the techniques you use to relieve your symptoms, you will need to strengthen your back to avoid long-term problems. Stretch by lying on your back with your knees bent, and slowly raise your left knee to your chest. Press your lower back against the floor. Hold for 5 seconds. Relax and repeat the exercise with your right knee. Do 10 of these exercises for each leg, switching legs.
Answered by: Meagan - 80 Months Ago.
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Commented by: reinasli - 30 Months Ago.
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Commented by: reinasli - 30 Months Ago.
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Taking regular breaks is the only way... until they invent computers that follow us around while we exercise!

WorkRave is the best software that schedules your breaks for you!

http://www.workrave.org/screenshots/windows/
Answered by: Rock Star - 77 Months Ago.
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Best way is to Crack Your Back you can read this article here
http://healthmad.com/alternative/how-to-crack-your-entire-back-to-relieve-stress-and-pressure-correctly-lying-down/
Answered by: KathyG - 38 Months Ago.
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Answered by: cblaisd - 32 Months Ago.
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Answered by: reinasli - 30 Months Ago.
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Personally, I find that stretching is the most important aspect of recovering from back injuries. You have to find the stretches that work for you the best, depending on where your back hurts. Personally, with lower back pain, I found that stretching my left hip is the most important for me.
Answered by: sherwin - 80 Months Ago.
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yes some warm up and stretching to avoid back aches.. and maybe have it massage by an expert. and always sit up straight. make a personal injury accident claim in uk
Commented by: jacobhart17 - 24 Months Ago.
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