The best way to reduce pain at the source if you are having chronic upper back or shoulder pain, and if you are having to work long hours, especially sitting, is to add some variety in the position of your body, as you’re working. Even if the new position isn’t necessarily posturally perfect, your body will appreciate the variety. Try sitting on your couch and taking some calls. Try standing at your dining room bar or kitchen for a half an hour and do some work. Variety is the name of the game if you are stuck at your computer for long hours.
Tension headaches can be a debilitating part of life. They can affect every part of your life, whether you get tension headaches once a year, once a month, once a week or every day. If you suffer from tension headaches, especially ones that are accompanied by neck pain, back pain or shoulder pain, then this post is for you!
There’s a lot of chatter about stand up desks, especially these days with so many office workers starting to work from home instead of in an office. If you are someone who has started working from home, or even if you are working from your office like usual, a stand-up desk might be an excellent solution to your back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain.
Science has proven that massage and bodywork help to relieve the symptoms of arthritic conditions by helping to move blood circulation, generally warming up the body and reducing overall inflammation. All these effects combined create a noninvasive, powerful and sustainable solution to living with less arthritis pain and symptoms.
Ten Small Ways to Start Improving Your Posture, and Reducing Your Pain
Everyone wants a quick solution to their pain, and in most cases, that is not possible. Pain, especially when it’s associated with postural imbalances, is a matter of undoing patterns that have been trained into your body for a very long time, sometimes over a lifetime! However, there are some quick and simple tricks you can start using to help retrain your body into a healthier posture.
Start your new year off right with some of these tips!
I’m coming by today to give you guys some helpful stretches that you can do while you’re watching TV, and work on improving your posture and reducing pain!
As all of us are stuck inside right now, and we are watching a lot more TV than we should be. But hey, I’m guilty too.