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In modern life, many of us live a "sitting" life, whether it is sitting at a desk at work, or sitting on the sofa or playing mobile phone in bed at home. Staying in one position for a long time can easily lead to back pain or lumbar or shoulder spine problems, so we need to take precautions. After working at a desk for a day, don't sit down or lie down and stop moving when you get home.
Look1: wiggle your waist to relieve soreness
The waist gets sore because we sit for too long and the muscles in the waist get stiff, which can cause aches and pains. Therefore, appropriate waist exercise can help us relieve this discomfort.
The first pose starts with the palms of your hands on the ground, with your center of gravity moving forward. Then bring your legs together, bend your knees, and use your arms to lift your legs up and off the ground. The thighs of the legs can be pressed against the abdomen to maintain balance.
Left leg maintains standing, upper body bends downward with the waist, next right leg knee bends, lift up, make right crural sole sticks to the ham side of left leg. Wrap your arms behind your right knee.
A derivative of the king of dances. Keep your left leg standing, lean your upper body forward slightly, and lift your right leg toward the back of your body, bending your lower leg upward. Then reach back with your right arm and grab the lower leg of your right leg.
Wheel variant. To complete the pose, place your hands on the ground and then stand on your head. Slowly lower your legs from the back of your body, bending your knees and pointing your toes. The waist needs to force the hips up.
Look2: stretch your shoulders, move your shoulders
The shoulder muscles also stiffen after holding a sitting position for a long time, and can then be moved through some yoga postures.
Cross your legs and land on the floor with your left foot, bending your knees downward and lowering your center of gravity. Keep your upper body upright. Again, cross your arms in front of you, opening your shoulder blades forward and moving your shoulder muscles.
In the following pose, sit with your right leg crossed in front of you, then reach left and right to the back of your body, bending your knee and lifting your calf up. Once your upper body is upright, extend your left arm behind your body and hold the ankle of your left leg, opening your chest.
Use the tips of your feet for support, then bend your knees downward and lower your center of gravity. Keep your arms straight at the back of your body and cross your hands together, fully stretching your shoulder blades and relaxing your shoulder muscles.
Kneel on the ground with your right knee, lean forward, and lower your right arm to the ground. Lift your left leg up, bend your knee, and hold your left ankle behind with your left hand.
Look3: exercise before bed to protect sleep from soreness
When back pain becomes serious, it will affect our daily life, so it is important to get rid of it as soon as possible or prevent it from happening.
Bend your arms with your elbows bent, holding them on the ground with the palms of your hands. Then bend your body down, legs straight back, and place your center of gravity on your arms, raising your legs in the back direction.
Stand with your left leg straight forward and your right leg straight forward, while bending down and twisting to the right so that your arms wrap around the back of your body and your right arm crosses your right leg from below. Adjust your body to maintain balance.
A derivative of the elbow stand. Bend your elbows at the sides of your head and support yourself to the ground with your head, then stand upside down. Bring your legs together, bend your knees downward and lower your center of gravity.
In the last pose, lie down on the ground with your legs spread out to your sides, bending your knees and holding them to the ground. Then stretch your arms out to your ears, extend your fingers to the floor, and lift your body off the floor with your knees.
Don't think back pain is a small matter, don't take it to heart. If the situation progresses to the lumbar shoulder spine, it can be difficult to adjust and can be difficult to cope with. So to avoid this pain, either exercise more or move more at work.