What Is The Best Way To Sit At Your Desk At Work | 3 PRACTICAL Tips to Eliminate Back Pain At Work

What Is The Best Way To Sit At Your Desk At Work | 3 PRACTICAL Tips to Eliminate Back Pain At Work


What is the best way to sit at your desk
at work? We will explore 3 powerful tips on how to eliminate back pain at
work while sitting. With the rise of sedentary lifestyle and people working on an
average of 40 hours a week… how you spend your time at work… the way you sit…
determines largely if you might experience back pain or not. Therefore, it
is important to minimize the chances of back or neck pain and any other issues
which could arise due to extended periods of sitting. We hope that the
3 tips that will be mentioned in this video will help you to reduce your
back pain. Make sure to watch all the way until the end as we have a bonus tip
as well. Without further ado let’s start! Tip No. 1 is The 90
Degree Rule. It’s really discouraged to have slanted positions while seated.
You should practice the 90 Degree Rule whereby your elbows, knees and torso
should all be at 90 degrees. Here’s what I mean… when stretching out your hand for
typing, your forearm should be at 90 degrees with your elbow. The angle
between your upper leg and your lower leg should be 90 degrees at the knee
intersection and your torso to your thighs should be around there too. That
would be the overall correct posture! Do avoid the following posture as this angle
can provoke back pain if it is recurring. Having said that, don’t get too strict
about the angles being exactly 90 degrees. A few degrees off won’t be an
issue. Before we dive in further, if you’re new to this channel, do consider
subscribing as we will be releasing more content related to back pain and how you
can get rid of it through simple gestures. Make sure to click on the Bell
notification icon so that you don’t miss any updates! Tip No. 2 is the
Monitor-Eye Level. Adjust your monitor such that the top line of the screen is
at or slightly below your eye level. This is because you actually see more visual
field below the horizon than above it. You may test this by looking across a
corridor. You will see more of the floor than the ceiling. Hence, at
this position you will be able to comfortably see more of the screen. If
it’s too high, you will be forced to strain your head, neck and back. Also, the
distance between your eyes and your screen should be approximately the size
of the screen. As such, if your screen is 15 inches, your face should be around 15
inches away from the screen. For best viewing, the screen should be tilted 20
degrees backwards. This will allow you to view the entire screen without much
twisting of your head and neck, which could otherwise cause back pain. Tip
No. 3 – Lower Back Chair Support! Our spine is not a straight pole. It has some
inner curvature to it, especially around the lumbar region of the back. What
happens when you sit for too long without a proper lumbar support is that
your back muscles become tense and cramp. To ease this, some chairs do come with
lumbar support but many chairs do not or do not provide enough support for it.
Subsequently, you could consider getting a lumbar pillow which can be placed on
the chair to help maintain the correct curvature of the spine and overall
posture. You can use it in your car on the way to work too and this will help to
alleviate the pain. Before our bonus tip, we hope that you’re receiving great tips
to help reduce your back pain but if you’re having back pain for a while now
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to our step-by-step action plan! On to our bonus tip of the day… It is highly
probable that you will have many things on your desk that you will use at
different frequencies. We suggest keeping those things that you
use most often within your closest reach so that you don’t have to lean forward
to grab things, preventing strain on your shoulders. That’s all for today! Make sure to support us by subscribing to this channel and clicking on the bell
notification icon! Like, comment and share this video to help reduce more back
pains in this beautiful world. Thank you for watching and let’s CRUSH THOSE BACK PAINS!

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