With the shift from working in the office setting to working from home, many individuals are forced to work in a less than ideal ergonomic environment, like a dining room table, meaning the person is working in a hunched over position, which is associated with increased back pain.
Nearly 70 percent of professionals who transitioned to remote work because of the pandemic say they now work on the weekends, and 45 percent say they regularly work more hours during the week than they did before, according to a survey of 2,800 workers by Los Angeles-based staffing firm Robert Half.
Try these 3 strategies every 20 to 30 minutes, they might reduce injuries and increase productivity.
#1. Move every 20-25 minutes
#2. Practice an exercise to improved your upper back muscle
#3. Drink 12oz of water every hrs
.... and google the best way to set up a home workstation if need.
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