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6 postures to prevent office syndrome
Place your hands behind your head, keep your back straight, don't strain your neck. Press your head so that your neck is bent down until the back of your neck is tight. Hold for 10 seconds, then slowly relax your hands.
Use your left hand to go behind the right side of your head. Press down until you feel tightness in your neck and right shoulder muscles. Hold for 10 seconds, then slowly release your hand. Do it alternating with the other side.
Raise your right arm to the left in a straight elbow position. Take your left hand and bend it at the elbow to push your right arm above the elbow closer towards your body. Hold for 10 seconds. Slowly relax your hand and alternate with the other side.
Lift your right arm above your head. Bend your right elbow until your right hand touches your left shoulder. Use your left hand to push your right elbow towards your body and hold for 10 seconds. Repeat with the other side.
Stretch your right arm forward. Wiggle your wrist up. Use your left hand to push the finger area. To wiggle your wrist up towards your body until it feels tight, count slowly from 1 to 10, alternating with the other hand.
Stretch your right arm forward. Wiggle your wrist down. Use your left hand to push against the back of your hand. To wiggle your wrist up and down towards your body until it feels tight, count 1-10 slowly, alternating with the other hand.
Things to do
Do this at least 3 – 4 times a week.
Each stretch should be held for approximately 10 seconds.
Repeat 2 – 3 times to get your muscles used to it.
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