Bad positions might get you a backache

 Haven’t you ever suffered from neck or back pain or sore wrists and fingers?

Almost everyone at one point in its life has experienced an intense ache due to spending a lot of time in a bad position while working, studying, or playing in the PC. Sometimes these sores can appear frequently if we don’t make adjustments to our position and our furniture. In case you didn’t know proper office ergonomics as correct chair height, adequate equipment spacing, and a good desk posture can help you and your joints stay comfortable at any activity done in the PC.

6 Tips For Sitting Better At a Desk and Avoid Backaches

Check these tips to avoid future health problems and improve your workspace. They can be applied for both children and adults as well, the same rules apply for any age.

When you are at a desk, it’s important to have your eyes looking parallel with the screen area you focus on the most, whether that’s the top (if you’re sending lots of emails), or the bottom (if you’re writing a bunch of code). It is known that looking down at your screen puts excess strain on your neck, which leaves you vulnerable to injuries such as cervical disc herniation, headaches, and cervical strains. One strategy you can apply to avoid these issues is to stack books under your monitor if you need to raise your screen to be at eye level

When you sit at your desk, you never want to be like a seesaw reaching or leaning forward. You want to know why? Well here’s a fun fact: For every inch that the head comes forward, the spine feels like is has taken on an extra pounds, like you were doing deadlifts, and that is bad since you are bringing on some major strain for your muscles, and we want to avoid that

Most of the time, when your arms are stretched and extended, will provoke that shoulders actually start to rotate forward, causing you to lose strength in your upper back. So, in order to avoid any shoulder injury and probably some chronic upper back pain, please keep your arms in a nice, neutral, and comfortable 90-degree angle resting position. Most chairs come with armrests for a reason, so use this set to help you regain a better upper body position

First things first, your back must be comfortable and supported, plus following the natural small curve in the lumbar spine where you lumberback is located.Without any kind of support, the back tends to get too much of a curve in the opposite direction also called kyphosis or hunchback. This overexpose the lower back perfectly to disc herniation and chronic postural lower back sprains and strains. Here is a solution for you to avoid any of this problems in the future, just grab  Pillows or jackets and place them in between and problem solved.

Crossing your legs or constantly pressing your feet on the floor is just putting unnecessary stress on large supportive muscles and hampering proper blood flow. Even keeping your legs crossed all day long could lead to chronic pain in the future. Although it is a strategy to cross your legs every once in a while, it’s important to be aware of your body position and remain your legs relax.

Think of anything you are constantly using like your phone, mouse, or water bottle. That can become into your body stressor if you’re always reaching out to grab it. Instead of forcing your body to constantly overwork on it (and be in an uncomfortable position), keep these must-use items reachable and organized on your desk.