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4 Reasons Your Bad Posture Is Affecting Your Back Health, And What You Can Do

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I can safely assume that more than 90% of people in North America have bad posture. It's just a thing to have nowadays, like getting a cold at least once during the winter time.

The reality is that a majority of us work in an office space, which requires us to sit down for extended periods of time.

Your work life may be seriously harming your back health, which is the main reason you have tense shoulders, back pain, and a strained neck.

Here are four mistakes you're making while sitting, and how you can correct them.

1. You're not sitting all the way back in your chair.

If you find yourself sitting on the tip of your chair or that your body is leaning forward towards your desk, that's probably the reason why you're developing lower back and neck strain. Place your chair closer to your desk to avoid bending forward.

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