We listed a few ways to help prevent the "slouch" when working from home and remember, consistency is key.By Michael Nystrom
Back Pain: Tips and Prevention
Many athletes lose time away from their favorite sports because of an irritating pain in their lower backs. Usually, the cause is from a bad habit that causes a strain on your back over time.
Low back pain can usually be helped by applying heat, getting spinal manipulation, using anti-inflammatory medications or muscle relaxants. You can also exercise in a way that relieves the pain, such as doing yoga.
Did you know that eating healthy can even affect how your back feels?
Find out what you can do in your everyday life to avoid this pain in the articles below.
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