29 Nov '11, 5pm

Geek Health: Prevent Neck & Back Pain w/These Yoga Moves

Geek Health: Prevent Neck & Back Pain w/These Yoga Moves

Working long hours at a desk can wreak havoc on your posture. When we spend too much time sitting in front of a computer, our heads tend to move forward . . . and stay there. This forward head posture (FHP) can cause a chain reaction from tight neck muscles, increased pressure on the spine and discs, to neck pain, headaches and breathing problems. Additionally, FHP can contribute to the risk of developing repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, because it shortens the muscles in the front of the chest and puts pressure on the nerves and blood vessels in the arms.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/work-on-a-computer-pre...

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