The human body wasn’t designed to be sat at a desk every day, so it’s little wonder that many office workers suffer from the odd aches and pains. But, there are lots of measures you can take to reduce the impact of any negative effects of being glued to a desk all day long. Here are some for starters.
Take regular breaks
If you’re snowed under with work it might seem impossible to take a break away from your desk, but in actual fact research suggests that taking regular breaks can help improve your concentration when you get back to your work.
Moving about and stretching can be good for your posture and muscles, so even if you just get up every now and again for a few minutes, you’ll be making a difference. Rest your eyes from the computer screen every 20 minutes or so, and make sure that glare on your screen isn’t causing you to squint – otherwise, you’ll end up with a headache. Continue reading Staying Healthy in the Office