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Research shows that sitting is the hardest activity on the back, other than lifting weight off the floor from a bent-over position. Some physicians think that many of our modern day back troubles afflict us because we spend most of the day sitting.  Research shows that sitting is the hardest activity on the back, other than lifting weight off the floor from a bent-over position. Sitting Better at Home At home, firm wooden chairs are
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Don’t Let Neck and Back Pain Affect Your Ability to Travel Riding in a vehicle is difficult due to bumps and turns. If you suffer from neck and back problems, getting in and out can be a painful experience. With so many types of vehicles – and so many different types of neck and back conditions affecting us – there is no one solution to riding comfortably. Neck and Back Pain Prevention Tips for the
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Dallas Orthopedic Spine Specialist Dr. Craig C. Callewart discusses nighttime neck and back pain prevention. Just as the mind needs a good night’s sleep to  work well the next day, muscles need sleep to recover from soreness. If you  sleep well, you will have less pain the next day. Your muscles will be less  sore and you’ll be mentally better able to deal with the pain. Sleep Well for Less Pain A comfortable mattress is
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If you’re a frequent computer user, eyestrain, neck fatigue, back pain and Carpal Tunnel syndrome can greatly reduce your quality of life. The following helpful suggestions can make your workplace safer, more comfortable, and less stressful. Top of screen needs to be eye level (or lower, for bifocal wearers). Screen should be 15 to 32 inches away, with sharp, steady display. Display should be free from glare and reflection. Documents should be displayed close and
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