Why do you need to move during your long work hours?

Why do you need to move during your long work hours?
Human bodies were not made for static postures. We are meant to be move at frequent intervals throughout the day. But this has become rare as most of us have a nine to five job and some of us work even longer hours. 
 
Prolonged static sitting can lead to a poor posture as the body gradually collapses under the strain of lack of movement, leading to aches and pains in different parts of the body. Movement is important whether you are wheelchair bound, or an athlete or anywhere in between these two groups of population. 
 
Let's look at the four main benefits of movement and how much should we move ....
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Quick and easy desk exercises to avoid spinal (neck and back) pain

Quick and easy desk exercises to avoid spinal (neck and back) pain
Have you ever wondered what is the quickest and easiest way to avoid back pain? 
The answer is very simple and easy to implement …. movement! 
One of the top tips to avoid any kind of spinal pain, whether it is your neck, mid back or lower back pain is to move every 20 to 30 minutes. 
Watch this video for some of more quick and easy movements that you can perform at your desk to avoid spinal pain ....
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Easy tips for pain relief from Cervical Spondylosis (neck pain)

Easy tips for pain relief from Cervical Spondylosis (neck pain)
Cervical spondylosis, also known as cervical osteoarthritis or cervical spondylarthrosis is a result of degeneration of the bones, discs and joints of the neck. Degeneration occurs as a natural process of wear and tear in our body with ageing. Here are some easy tips to help you to reduce the pain of cervical spondylosis ....
 

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Exercises & tips to manage de Quervain's Tenosynovitis (thumb pain)

Exercises & tips to manage de Quervain's Tenosynovitis (thumb pain)
de Quervains tenosynovitis is a painful condition affecting the tendons of the thumb that leads to pain in the thumb and wrist. It is a repetitive strain injury (RSI) caused due to repetitive hand or wrist movement, though conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or a restrictive scar tissue on the thumb tendons after an injury or surgery can also contribute to this condition. 
Read further for 5 signs of this condition, along with exercises and precautions to help ....
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Easy tips and exercises to overcome Golfers Elbow- Pain in the inner elbow

Easy tips and exercises to overcome Golfers Elbow- Pain in the inner elbow
Golfers elbow is pain in the inner elbow which may or may not be caused by playing golf. Another name for golfers elbow is medial epicondylitis, which literally means inflammation of the medial epicondyle.

Four signs that you may be suffering from golfers elbow:
#1. You have pain or burning ....
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