COVID-19 is causing unprecedented challenges and changing the way we exist and work. With more and more people being forced to work from home, we have posted a quick video of some basic tips to set up your laptop at home.
If you spend any time at a computer for work, you might find that headaches are one of your job’s biggest side effects. You’re not alone. Caused by hours of screen time, poor desk posture or extended sitting, tension headaches are one of the most common complaints we treat. The good news is that practicing good office ergonomics and getting up out of your chair for a break will go a long way to help ease them. Here’s five different ways you could use your lunch break to help counter the effects of sitting — try out one today!
Whether you wake up with it, it creeps up on you in the afternoon, or it hits you at the end of your work day, headaches are a pain. They’re unpleasant, unwelcome and unnecessary –the last thing needed when leading a full and busy life. Tension headaches – a dull yet persistent pain felt on both sides of the head or neck – are the most common type and one of the most common complaints
It’s no secret that poor desk posture is a daily battle for many. Lower back pain, sore wrists, a tight neck and dull headaches are the most common giveaways that your office ergonomics are amiss. Read our blog to find out how you can squeeze some simple good habits into your day to reduce your discomfort and keep you and your body in prime condition.