Desk. Monday , January 29th , 2018 - 19:03:19 PM
A dedicated pair of computer glasses will always work wonders, or if you want to save money a clip-on computer reading lens with the correct power magnification will solve the problem. This additional mid-range power will change the upper distant portion of the glasses to arm’s length computer distance. The clip-on user can see the computer screen without lifting their chin up and having to reposition themselves closer to the screen. This will immediately ease eyestrain and back pain associated with poor visual and physical posturing.
The first step is to be aware of how you sit at your desk for long periods of time. Most people will slouch down into the chair, or they will lean forward onto the desk and hunch their shoulders. This posture can stretch out your spinal ligaments and strain the spine. To alleviate this problem, you should make sure you have adequate lumbar support from your chair, and align your lower back directly against the chair back. If you are unable to do this comfortably, invest in a lumbar support cushion so your lower back can rest directly onto the cushion. This will help insure that you sit up comfortably and don’t slouch.
People sitting a lot will definitely have an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and early death. Moreover, sitting for a very long time won’t burn many calories. In fact, lots of studies have linked it to obesity and weight gain. Today, this is the major problem of office workers since they often sit throughout the day. Good thing there are standing desks these days.
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