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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

TIPS for OUR NECK

1. Don’t stay in one position for too long. 

It’s hard to reverse bad posture,
Dr. Isaac says,
but if we gets up and move around often enough,
we’ll avoid getting our neck stuck
in an unhealthy position.

2. Make some ergonomic adjustments. 
Position our computer monitor at eye level
so we can see it easily.
Use the hands-free function on our phone
or wear a headset.

Prop our touch-screen tablet on a pillow
so that it sits at a 45° angle,
instead of lying flat on our lap.

3. If we wear glasses,
keep our prescription up to date. 
“When our eyewear prescription is not up to date,
we tends to lean our head back to see better,”
Dr. Isaac says.

4. Don’t use too many pillows. 
Sleeping with several pillows under our head

can stifle our neck’s range of motion.

5. Know our limits. 
Before we moves a big armoire
across the room,
consider what it might do to our neck and back,
and ask for help.

6. Get a good night’s sleep. 
Sleep problems
increase the risk for several different conditions,
including musculoskeletal pain.

7. Look for good position and posture
When sitting, stand up, or while sleeping,
make sure that we are in a comfortable position
so that it will not cause health problems to our body.

8. Avoid using mattresses or
other sleeping mat that are too soft
This is done for
avoiding the position of the neck
being bent when sleeping.

Also avoid other things
that can cause this condition

9. Stretch regularly
If we often work in a sitting position,
for example by moving the shoulders up and down.

We can also move our head to the side,
looked down, and raised his head.

10. Avoid clamping the phone
between the ear and shoulder.
If we often use the phone while working
do not clamp the phone
by head and shoulder
when receiving a call

11.Avoid sleeping on our stomach
This position
will put strong pressure on our neck.

12. Use a right pillow
Use pillow
which supports the neck curve
according to its natural shape.

== mas dhiki ==

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