According to a recent study, 41 per cent of those who work from home have spinal, back and spine related diseases.
Mumbai, Oct 17: A recent study has found that 41 per cent of domestic workers suffer from spinal, back and spine related diseases. After the first wave of corona (Work from home in many companies) most companies had started work from home. Although the Corona outbreak has now subsided, many employees are still working from home. However, a study has shown that 41% of people who work from home have spine related problems while working from home.
Observations in the report
According to a study by PMC Lab on work-from-home outcomes, 41.2 per cent of the population suffers from spinal diseases and 23.5 per cent from cervical diseases. The disease is aggravated due to constant sitting in the same place for work at home, not getting up from work for hours, not doing stretching, sitting in the same place even after work.
This remedy stated
According to the report, everyone who works from home needs to take a break of at least 6 minutes every hour. This will reduce the amount of stress on the spine and its side effects. In addition to the daily child pose, cat and cow pose, yoga is advised to do this exercise in this report.
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This causes neck pain
Many people who work from home are also suffering from neck pain. Tension in the cervical vertebrae between the head and the back causes the onset of neck pain. It also increases the stress on the shoulder and back muscles. Therefore, neck pain is considered a precursor to future shoulder and back pain. If the neck is sore or stiff, it is advisable to start stretching and relaxing exercises immediately. The study also found that walking daily and doing yoga would help those who work from home to stay away from most lifestyle ailments.