7 Stretches You Can Do At Your Desk
If you spend long hours sitting at a desk, you may have experienced tension in your neck, shoulders, and lower back.
One effective way to alleviate this tension is to take regular stretch breaks throughout the day. Stretching not only helps relieve physical discomfort but also gives your brain a much-needed break.
To perform these stretches, set aside a minute or two, and focus on each stretch for 30-60 seconds while taking slow, deep breaths. It’s a quick and easy way to get moving and release built-up tension in your muscles.
Incorporating these stretches into your daily routine can help improve your posture and reduce discomfort caused by sitting for long periods. Remember to prioritize your physical well-being, and take the necessary breaks to help maintain a healthy and productive workday.
*This is not medical advice. If you have undiagnosed pain or are new to exercise, always consult a healthcare professional before starting this or any new program.*
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