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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

How bad sitting posture causes shoulder and back pain?

You need to learn the correct posture to avoid pain around your shoulders and back. Negative sitting posture is the killer of health, your spine will becomes the biggest victim.

One of the main factors identified as causing an increase in back problems is computer and gaming use. This is because many people, particularly when at home, do not use a suitable chair when operating these devices. This means that they will probably adopt an unsuitable posture and have their head at the wrong height, level and distance from any monitor or screen that they use.

Often, people using laptops or playing games will sit on an easy chair or even the floor. This is never healthy for these kinds of activities and if the person is operating a laptop that is literally on their lap, the shape of their back and spine and the way in which it is supported will be detrimental to their health.


Are you sitting right?

More than 80% of people have experience lumbago and overall back pain before, mostly caused by negative sitting posture.

Various studies show that the office staff suffer a number of occupational diseases, and the main one is a back pain.

How wrong posture is responsible for pain in back and waist?

A wrong sitting pose is one of the most frequent cause of pain in a back and waists.

Office worker spends at his desk more than 80000 hours of his life. However, many people sit with hunched backs. While this posture is easy to maintain for a very long time because of the minimal muscle tension, it is most damaging for the body. The load, which do not taken by muscles, is immediately transmitted to the spine.

As a result, the stress caused by the sitting too long in the wrong position, creating pressure on the intervertebral discs and constrained supply the muscles with blood. In addition, it can break down the entire metabolism in general, causing circulatory and gastrointestinal disorders, insufficient blood supply to the legs.

Solution

Instead of sitting forward in your chair, move your hip all the way to the back of the chair. Lean slightly back in comfort. If the chair back is rounded, put a small soft cushion in the space between your low back and the chair, to preserve healthy normal back posture instead of assuming the curved posture of the chair.

Buying an ergonomic chair is another solution of your neck, shoulder and back pain. Ergonomics is the study of equipment designed with humans in mind, meant to reduce operator fatigue and discomfort. So ergonomic chair helps increase back and neck support to improve posture and prevents slouching.

Useful links and resources:

* How To Fix Neck Pain(Upper Back Pain, Shoulder Pain, and Tightness)Without Drugs or Surgery

8 comments:

  1. looking forward to imply these things in my . till now i was used to sit with 70% angle and use to experience pain in the morning.

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  2. It’s hard to seek out knowledgeable individuals on this topic, but you sound like you realize what you’re speaking about! Thanks

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  3. Back pain is on the rise due to bad sitting and also prolonged sitting due to the nature of work. Stress is also a trigger though.

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  4. Try cuban press exercise, it helps the shoulders properly aligned and encourage good posture.

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  5. The spine is strong and stable when good posture is practiced, but when you slouch, the muscles and ligaments struggle to keep you balanced. This can lead to back pain or headaches.

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  6. Most people who perform daily activities with poor posture puts unnecessary strain on their back. You can increase the pressure on the back by 50% simply by leaning over the sink incorrectly to brush the teeth.

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  7. I agree with the previous comments. Wrong posture when sitting can lead to back pain. It is important for people who's work needs prolonged sitting to have at least few minutes of exercise in between hours to prevent back pain.

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  8. My sleeping posture is bad as always. But that's the time my body finds rest. After sleeping it result my back pain. Better that chiropractor melbourne helps me deal with it.

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