11 Easy Office Stretches to Reduce Back and Neck Pain (Infographic)

If you work at a desk, you’re probably all too familiar with the aches and pains that come with prolonged sitting. Stiff, tired muscles, aching backs and tension in the neck are unfortunate side effects that many people deal with on a regular basis. Fortunately, a few simple routines can help relieve tension, give your muscles a break, and change the physical negativity of a day spent at your desk. For example, just thirty seconds raising each knee toward your chest gives your lower back a break. Moving your wrists back and forth after a day spent on a keyboard gives those muscles some release, too.

Want more ideas? This infographic from Quill.com can help.  Here are 11 quick and easy stretches you can do in your office to alleviate back and neck pain.

 

 


 

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Amity Sims

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Amity is a Marketing Associate at Lumo Bodytech who specializes in social media marketing, event planning and more. She is passionate about tech, social media, fitness, travel and photography. Amity holds an MA in Psychology from Pepperdine University.

3 Comments

  • Harry
    Harry
    22.09.2016

    Well done ! It worked for me.

  • Leila Steward
    Leila Steward
    27.09.2016

    Thank you for the Tip. it worked well for me.

  • Get Straight
    Get Straight
    27.09.2016

    This is a great article! Thanks for your information. Nowadays most of us are sitting in front of the computer for 8-10 hours per day. It is good to do some stretching to reduce back pain and neck pain. Of course having a good sitting posture is very crucial as well. Thanks again for bringing this up.

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