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Using a Body Girdle For Back Pain and Posture


Do you often find yourself experiencing some discomfort when it comes to your back? Well it can be caused by various things. Here are some tips to help you relieve your backpain and finally live a more comfortable, happy life.

Posture problems: do you have bad posture? This could actually have been developed as early as your younger years, it’s actually pretty common to see a lot of people who have bad posture and do not even do anything to correct it. Some people think that it is really not a big deal, since they’ll live even with bad posture and all anyway. However, bad posture is very bad for your bones especially in the long run, which is why you need to correct it now. It’s really not that hard, in fact it only takes some getting used to. Eventually you’ll be able to see – and feel a remarkable difference not only in your appearance but that your back pain is finally gone.

Avoid carrying too much stuff in your bag: while big bags have been very much in fashion in recent years, it does not mean that it won’t prove to be a problem to your back as well. People with big bags – especially women, have the tendency to fill their bags to the brim, making it too heavy to carry. There are also some women who are actually so used to carrying so much stuff around that they don’t even realize that it’s just too much weight for their body to carry. Huge shoulder bags can put a strain on your shoulders while hand bags and tote bags can make your arms ache after awhile. As much as you can, do try to limit your daily baggage to just your essentials. You don’t really need to have a bunch of cosmetics hogging up space in your bag – unless you are actually a makeup artist. Try your best to learn to prioritize only the essentials and you’ll soon see and feel the difference once the heavy load that you’ve been carrying on a daily basis has lessened and you are able to move around with much ease.

Sitting in front of the computer all day: can also lead to major back pain especially if you don’t even take breaks while doing your tasks. This is actually very common especially for writers who can go on and on for hours when they are in the mood to write. After awhile though, one will already be able to feel the tension building up on his or her back. Do make time for a quick break in between assignments, stretch and move around a little to prevent tension from building up on your back.


Source by Victoria Graham

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