If pain is keeping you awake at night, you may just need to adjust your sleeping position. Here are some things you can do to help make your night more comfortable and relaxing. The two recommended sleeping positions which are easiest on your back and neck are lying on your back or on your side.
Many people spend hours a day sitting at a desk or in front of a computer. While this is necessary for work, the way your chair, desk, and computer are positioned could be having a negative impact on your health. Here are some guidelines for positioning yourself appropriately in order to decrease pain which could be caused from prolonged poor posture.
As the weather warms, it's time to get outside to weed, plant, and mow. Gardening is a great workout and can be an enjoyable past time. Good body mechanics is critical when gardening to help prevent injury. Here are some guidelines to keep your back your healthy while performing common gardening activities.
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