Treat and Resolve Sitting Pain Naturally with an Adjustable Standing Desk
Your sitting pains could be the result of poor ergonomics in the workplace. An Adjustable Standing Desk creates better ergonomics at your workstation to help address the causes of this pain. Standing at an ergonomic adjustable standing desk and sitting with better posture helps reduce some of the most common pains people experience from sitting for too long. You can address the following sitting pains, what you can do to address them, and how an adjustable height sit to stand desk helps.
Lower Back Pain
Chronic low back pain is one of the most common ailments because we spend so much time sitting, both at work and during leisure time. It ranges from intermittent, mild discomfort to regular shooting pain to constant struggles with immobility, and has a number of physiological causes including tight or strained tendons and muscles, pinched nerves, and various spinal injuries.
Some of the best ways to address chronic back pain include correcting slouching posture – for which an height adjustable standing computer desk is an essential component – exercising regularly, and being more careful about bending, repetitive motion, and heavy lifting.
Standing more upright and getting a desk and chair that are the proper height for good posture is the right start. An adjustable standing computer desk lets you adjust the desk and your keyboard and monitor position to the perfect height. This encourages you to sit and stand more upright, reducing strain on the lower back. Basic exercise reduces excess body weight, strengthens the core muscles that support your back, and gives you a better sense of which muscles and tendons are tight and need stretching. And avoiding injurious lifting and repetitive motion
Sitting can be very uncomfortable if you suffer from pain in your tailbone, also called the coccyx. It is often a dull pain that becomes sharp while sitting, standing up after sitting, and standing for a long time. Coccydynia, the name for most tailbone conditions, is usually caused by trauma to the area, sitting on a hard surface for a long time, or childbirth.
According to MayoClinic, many people can reduce Coccydynia discomfort by establishing better sitting posture, intermittently leaning forward while sitting, sitting on a donut, and using heat and ice to treat the affected area. An adjustable standing computer desk is ideal for good sitting posture in this case as well. However, if the pain doesn’t go away, you need to consult a doctor. Many doctors recommend physical therapy and massage before moving on to medication and surgery. Spending more time at work standing at an adjustable desk can help reinforce these effective treatments in some cases.
Hip & Hip Flexor Pain
Sitting all day is very hard on your hips. It keeps them bent in one specific position at roughly 90 degrees, and over time they tighten, pulling on all the muscles and tendons in the area and limiting flexibility in both extension and flexion of the hips. Most people who have hip pain from sitting experience sharp, stabbing pain when they move or a dull, throbbing ache along the outside of the hip.
If you find that you can’t bend over because of tight hamstrings, there’s a good chance your inflexibility involves hip tightness as well. The best things you can do to address the problem, assuming it isn’t a more series condition like hip bursitis that needs medical attention, develop flexibility and strength. Better posture while sitting, spending less time sitting at work by standing at an adjustable desk, exercise and stretching to strengthen your core and increase your hip and hamstring flexibility, and perhaps massage will all help.
Sitting for hours is bad for you. More specifically, it is apt to produce sitting pains, and these three are among the most common. An adjustable height standing computer desk can be part of a recipe to relieve these pains and improve your health.
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