Do you ever think about the fact that your neck holds the weight of a bowling ball (8-10 lbs.) all day long at work? So it may not be a surprise to you as to why you might find yourself with sore or tight neck muscles at the end of the workday. Those symptoms might be related to the stress placed on your neck and spine through common, everyday work-related activities, such as working at a desk. To help you stay safe and productive at work, here are 7 quick tips for preventing neck pain in the office.
There's no surprise that computers are here to stay.
Not only do many us live on computers throughout the work day, but even when we're home, we find it difficult to get off our devices. While keyboarding and mousing may not be considered a strenuous activity, when done improperly, they can cause damage to the wrists over time, resulting in painful and sometimes permanent damage.