Poor posture is among the scourge of the early 21st century, a person who is constantly in a hunched-over position can seriously damage their spine. Many people can spend more than four hours a day in an unnatural and damaging position because of our constant use of smartphones and other handheld gadgets. That’s why today I decided to find out how to currently use your phone without damaging your health. Use the following advices.
In this positions, significant loads are placed on the spine affecting the lungs and other organs
The research has shown that a person posture can influenced their emotional outlook. Someone suffering from clinical depression often assumes a pose that has been dubbed the iHunch. Long time ago it was predominately the elderly who sought medical help for back problems but nowadays doctors are witnessing this particular problem in young people.
The main feature of the iHunch is a stretch-out neck, sunken shoulders, arms drawn into the torso. If you keep on assuming the right posture all the time, it can lead to an increase in productivity at work and a higher resistance to stress.
You should look at your device by lowering your eyes rather than bending your neck. It’s better to lift up the screen
There are some thing that can help you reduce the risk of back problems, they include: periodic move of the head from side to side slowly, stretching your muscles. Massaging your shoulders, the side muscles in your neck and the area between your shoulder blades
Stand in a doorway, stretch out your arms and bend thorax because this helps to relax the muscles that becomes fixed in one position for a long time when using a smartphone. When you have been using your phone for more than 10 minutes, you should press your chin to your neck and squeeze together your shoulder blade. Consider repeating this procedure several times holding the position for ten seconds.
The last thing that you should remember is every time you use your smartphone, the correct posture can help you avoid many health problems in the future.
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