You've Been Sitting Wrong At Your Workplace Your Entire Life
Well, you can absolutely relate yourself with this guy if you have a regular 9 to 5 job! Isn't it? Don't we all sit like this especially after the lunch hours?
How many of you know that this slouch kind of sitting posture is inviting a lot many problems in our life? Well, let's explore them here..
#4 Sitting Position Matters
So, while we are working, there comes a point when we're too tired and hence we slouch back to rest a bit, BUT!
That's sinfully wrong, not only we're inviting a sacked up tummy but also we're stressing the back muscles which can cause severe problems..
Read about them and learn the correct position for sitting ahead
#3 It'll Hurt You
The back pain will be constant if you follow a wrong posture for sitting during work. You'll soon notice that the pain is pinching throughout the day and making you dull and tired all through the day.
#2 It's All Wrong
Don't Slouch and sit, and rather sitting upright at 90 degree will also not make you feel comfortable for long hectic hours. So which is the best position?
Read ahead to know the perfect posture for sitting!
#1 The Perfect Position
So, if you sit like this, you'll realize that you're relaxed in every way! Let's face it, we cannot sit upright at 90 all through the day and hence 100-135 degrees is the most comfortable position to sit for long hours!
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