November 18, 2020

How To Work From Home with Less Pain

Since the Pandemic started home has become the place where many of us work and interact with the world. The use of live video chatting technologies to meet with co-workers or connect with friends and family has become part of the new normal.

But it can lead to unwanted pain problems or exacerbate existing issues. We are meant to move freely and looking down most of our time by looking into our keyboard all day long. There is number of patient who have been forced to work at home and found it challenging to be comfortable and find ther right workstation. This can led to a whole host of pain problems, that include elbor, shoulder pain and even carpal tunnel syndrome. 

Try to exercise in between like holding a Massage Ball while resting can improve blood circulation and avoid stifness on your hand.

Performing repetitive activities from a less-than-ideal physical position can lead to numbness, tingling, and pain in the hands, fingers, and arms. Other common hotspots include inflammation of the tendons in the forearms connected to the elbow, known as epicondylitis, and muscle pain and tenderness around the top of the shoulder and back of the neck.

Try to make a simple changes while work at home, this changes will make a big difference. 

  • Adjust the armrest so that the angle of your elbow to your wrist is 90 degrees to your torso.
  • Add support to the lower back to help you sit up straighter with the head and torso in a more erect position.
  • The height of the seat should allow your feet to rest flat on the floor or on a footrest, so that the thighs and shins are also at a 90-degree angle.
  • Your desk or table should be level with your bent elbows when keyboarding. Your arms shouldn’t angle upward or downward, and the wrists should not be bent.

After work try to lay down on Acupuncture Mat is effective for instant relief for chronic back spasms, neck and muscle pain.



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