Maintaining the same posture for a long time can easily lead to muscle stiffness and poor blood circulation, which can lead to discomfort in the waist; the picture shows the situation.
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[Health Channel/Comprehensive Report] Sitting for a long time is the longest posture that many people maintain in addition to sleeping. Maintaining the same posture for a long time is prone to muscle stiffness and poor blood circulation, leading to waist discomfort such as backache, back pain, and even increased Risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and other diseases.
In this regard, Luo Xiaoyu, a teacher of Taoyuan Lianxinyun Medical Center, posted a post on the Facebook fan page "Lianxinyun Medical Center" to share the 3 steps to prevent backache, maintain a correct sitting posture, get up regularly or do office exercises, promote blood circulation and maintain muscles Elasticity, effectively relieves discomfort.
Correct sitting posture
: Sit on the ischia (the most protruding point of the buttocks), keep the back straight, and feel a line on the top of the head pull up; retract the shoulder blades slightly but avoid round points; tuck the chin slightly, and maintain a relaxed posture.
To reduce the burden on the shoulders, neck and back, attention should be paid to the pelvis, thoracic spine, head and neck.
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Get up and move every hour of sitting
: Find a companion to make an appointment, remind and encourage each other. If you are afraid of forgetting the time, you can set an alarm clock to remind yourself.
Squat on an office exercise chair
: Stand up and prepare, sit back with your buttocks, keep your upper body in a straight line, tuck your chin in slightly, feel your buttocks push forward when you stand up, and get up slowly.
Luo Xiaoyu reminded everyone to exercise more and develop habits, such as jogging, yoga, cycling, etc., to maintain and improve body functions and metabolism, and maintain a healthy state.
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