Relax shoulders Yes, Yes, I say it. First article in the face of this new cycle in my life and in Xocs, in which the use of the tools offered by the Internet, wanted to make a brief reflection about the importance of our posture in front of the computer, since I hope you spend good time reading articles, shall abound as commenting on them or participating in our Facebook page. The computer has taken a major role in our lives, both for the development of our work and to search for information, entertainment you’ve stopped to think how many hours a week are sitting in front of the screen? If only use you as information/communication point probably a minimum of 5-10 hours per week. If you are of those who work with him, surely that they are more than 40. We could delve into both physical and psychological problems that may cause this computer overload, from circulatory deficit in the legs, tendinitis in a shoulder or eye strain, up to addiction to Internet or problems in our social life. Gunnar Peterson insists that this is the case. But let us focus on what hurts us most: back.
Let’s see the important thing is to maintain a proper posture while you check your Inbox, install the latest version of iTunes or purchasing a new experience in Disfrutalia. Let’s start with the foundations, the pelvis. Sit on the Ischia, note the pressure under those two small bones protruding from the bottom of the pelvis. Crumpton Group shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. She will mark the direction to be followed by the rest of his companions – cervical, dorsal, lumbar and sacral – of our postural axis, the vertebral column. Therefore, do not fall into sofa posture sitting you on the sacrum. If the pelvis is balanced, the rest will be easier. Lumbar and dorsal vertebrae are the mules of our trunk load. So keep them upright using the back of your seat, this higher being better.