If your office workplace isn’t designed ergonomically, you can really feel it in your back. It only takes a few adjustments to make things more comfortable at your desk.
Four out of five adults have had back pain at some point in their life or suffer from occasional twinges, particularly in the lower back. Back pain is unpleasant, and Rheumaliga claims that doctors can’t find a clear cause in 85% of cases. Recently, fascia (connective tissue) have been identified as a possible trigger for back pain.
One thing is clear: if your workplace isn’t ergonomic, your back will suffer, because full-time office workers spend 80% of their day sitting. It’s therefore important to change position regularly and stretch from time to time.
How to make your workplace ergonomic: