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There's already tons of research proving how a sedentary lifestyle
can put your health at serious risk. And you don't need to
sign up for manual labor to develop a bad back, especially your job
involves spending long hours seated in front of a computer.
For many of us slouching in those office chairs, this improper posture distorts the natural curve of the spine, which means your back muscles have to do something to hold your back in shape because you’re no longer using the natural curves of the spine to lift yourself up against gravity. What's even scarier is what happens once the posture breaks down. Severe spinal problems, slipped discs and chronic pain is often a direct result of sitting for long periods of time.
So instead of waiting for signs of body pain, herniated discs, nerve problems and painful joints to start cropping up, here's a few tips to keep your health in check:
Maintain good posture while seated. Place your rear all the
way back to the chair, feet flat on the floor, head straight and with
lower back naturally arched inward.