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Have you feel pain in your back, hips, and neck? It coul be happen because you are not sitting in properly position. According to the survey from the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) found that more than 70 percent of office workers spend 5+ hours sitting at their desks each day. And 2 in 5 office workers would not consider getting up from their desks if they needed to talk to a colleague.
Sitting position fault is often done by someone ie too slumped to the bottom, too forward, forgot stand up, or forgot to straighten the legs, and eventually the waist and the back feel pain. People who work in offices have to deal with this for about 8 hours.
Here's a tip for healthy and proper seating position to avoid and reduce the risk of chronic pain:
Now it's time to Break Through Your Pain and get into some better work habits. If you have your own home office, you should consider the type of office chair you use, doing stretches, how long you stare at your monitor, your posture as you work and more. If you work in a corporate office environment, cosider purchasing padding you can put in your chair to make it more comfortable, take breaks when you can to keep up that blood flow, don't focus on your screen too much… practice good office habits while being productive for your job. At the end of the day, YOU are irreplaceable, so don't kill yourself trying to do your job.