Is the nagging pain in your neck and back distracting you and draining your energy?
Press PAUSE on your busy life with this free 10 minute "Yoga at My Desk" video to instantly feel better!
If you feel drained and in pain at the end of your work day then you're going to love these 3 fast and easy fixes!
Want to cut right to the chase? Then here they are:
1) Drink more water. This is great for preventing back pain and will get you out of your chair more
2) Take short breaks with your eyes closed. A huge part of the reason you're tired is because you're eyes are. When they are it causes you to slouch more which leads to more pain.
3) Have an empowering morning routine. This gets you and your metabolism fired up and strengthens your whole core so have less pain and more energy.
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I don't know about you but by the middle of the afternoon I'm ready for a nap and/or another Earl Grey Latte (or better yet BOTH!!). You too?
Since that isn't always an option, I've got a solution for your that is WAY cheaper than another trip to the coffee shop and is REALLY good for you!
Check out this quick video abo where I teach you an easy move you can do right at your desk to DE-SLOUCH yourself and get a boost of energy.
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FYI: This easy and fast move is great to do throughout the day to ease tension and keep the neck pain monsters at bay so feel free to work it in whenever you can.
You work out, you get enough sleep, and drink half your body weight in water everyday and if you are like most people you will think this is enough to stay healthy....but here's the crazy thing: it isn't. Many people mistakenly believe that just because they exercise regularly that sitting all day won't effect them. But unfortunately this just isn't true. Even people that work out on a regular basis are still at risk for sitting disease.
Sitting disease...what's that?
Sitting disease is a collection of risk factors used to describe the negative health impacts of a sedentary (or in-active) lifestyle. These risk factors include: obesity around the mid section, high blood pressure, high blood sugar and high blood cholesterol. These factors make it far more likely that someone will get injured, get sick more often, get diabetes, develop chronic disease and even die younger.
Given that people sit anywhere from 7.8 to 11 hours a day sitting disease is becoming an epidemic in many...