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Keep it healthy & agile  as you work.

Make your workplace spine friendly.


Poor posture was found to be a significant predictor of back pain

Regular wear and tear as we go about life leads to loss of mobility in the musculo-skeletal system of our body. Most of us are aware but few pay attention because it is something that happens over a long period of time. Talk about denial!



Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects many people worldwide. 


One potential solution to alleviate this pain is to use a sit- stand desk. Experts recommend standing desks to reduce lower back by promoting good posture and reducing the amount of time spent sitting. A study published in the Journal of Physical Therapy & Science found that sit-stand desks can improve posture, increase core strength and reduce lower back pain in individuals with sedentary jobs. 



Factories are about relentless and continuous work over long hours. A bad side effect is usually chronic body pain starting with the neck, back and shoulders. Posture can become slouched or hunched, causing strain on the muscles and ligaments in the back. Over time this can lead to degenerative changes.


According to a study published in the journal Occupational Rehabilitation, poor posture was found to be a significant risk factor for low back pain among factory workers. 


To prevent back pain and promote good posture, it is important for factory workers to take frequent breaks, adjust their workstations to fit their body size. Stretching regularly improves circulation, decreasing the amount of inflammation and stress that accumulates in the muscles. 

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Maintaining good posture is essential to keep spine healthy

 Sitting and standing up straight along with frequent breaks while sitting for longer periods of time helps a great deal!

A few things that we can do as we spend long hours at work

Maintain a Good Posture :

Poor posture can cause strain on your spine, leading to pain and stiffness. Practice good posture by sitting and standing up straight with shoulders back and your head level.

Avoid prolonged sitting :

Prolonged sitting can put a lot of pressure on your spine and lead to stiffness and pain. Take frequent breaks to stand up, stretch or walk around.

Stretch often :

Stretching can help you increase flexibility and range of motion in your spine, which can reduce the risk of injury and pain.

Exercise Regularly :

Regular exercise, especially weight-bearing exercises like walking or strength training, can help keep the bones and muscles in your spine strong and prevent degenerative changes

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