Supporting your back whilst seated
As we are leading more and more sedentary lifestyles there are increasing numbers of people who are finding that they have problems with their backs. This could be anything from slight stiffness and discomfort, to more painful issues such as sciatica and severe pain. It is important to look at all aspects that could contribute to your backpain, and here are just a few of them for you to look through.
Style -the type of chair that you are sitting on can have an impact on the protection of your back. YOu should find chairs that are designed for the purpose you intend to use them for. Connubia Calligaris Chairs are great for dining chairs and even workspaces, whereas a high bar stool would not be suitable for you to be sitting for long periods of time.
Movement – taking regular breaks to getup and stretch and move about is key in keeping yor back mobile. If you find that you sit for long periods of tiem without getting up, you might want to consider setting an alarm that reminds you on the hour to walk around.
Strength – having a strong back and core can help to prevent back strain from occuring, even whilst sitting. One of the best ways to strengthen yourback is through exercise. This could be weight training or exercises such as Yoga and Pilates that are known to help strengthen core muscles in your body.