What Principles to Be Followed in a Workplace?
There is very little discussion of technique in sitting and standing where there is great emphasis on how much or how we should sit or stand at work. Many people use poor technique, such as slumpsitting, archsitting, putting weight in joints, etc.
Until that happens, every position will stack up badly in the research — we have seen wrong sitting postures and now we are seeing wrong standing positions. Poor sitting is often mentioned as “new smoking;” nowadays standing also causes varicose veins, and increased atherosclerosis, etc. A good beginning point is stretchsitting to make a pain free journey day.
Use a towel, flannel or a cushion so you can reach underneath the shoulder blades, at the middle of the back.
Scoot the bottom in the chair.
Lean forward with the hips and tilt the ribcage forward like mini crunch.
Push downside on the armrests to get a gentle back stretch.
Now keep the stretch and lean back from the hips. Stick to your midback and stretch on the towel.
Get out of the minicrunch position and relax.
Roll the shoulders and rest the hands close to the body.
The Baseline Posture
Even if your posture is good, your body still needs a number of positions. The most practical positions for most work (example computer jobs) are sitting and standing – every 20 to 30 minutes. If there are more baseline postures and movements are practical for doing your job (i.e. walking when talking on the phone), the better.
Rest, Exercise, Move Inside and Outside
Use your workday breaks and your working time to complete your basic positions. Do you need rest? Do you want to strengthen your muscle of the abdomen? Lots of tissues and muscles are there in your body, just like a different diet is good to you, and there is also a wide range of movement regimes for every muscle or muscle groups.
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**Disclaimer: This content should not be considered medical advice and does not imply a doctor-patient relationship.