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A stiff back is a common problem for individuals who are sitting at a desk for the better part of each day. Prevent your back muscles from stiffening and learn how to relieve back pain with these easy methods.
Studies show that spending long hours seated will have a negative impact on your back. Sitting can increase pressure on your lumbar disk by up to 40%, weaken your core muscles, and result in muscle tightness. Avoid these painful penalties by making a few easy changes to your work life.
Stretching regularly will do wonders for alleviating and preventing a stiff back. To get the most out of your stretch, we suggest you treat yourself to a quick heat massage or use a heated wrap to relax your back muscles before you stretch.
Sitting all day is doing nothing for your core. By adopting core-strengthening exercises into your daily routine, you can equip your body with the strength it needs to withstand an hour or two at your desk.
While you work on strengthening your core and stretching your muscles, you can relieve any current back pain with a well-deserved heated back pain massage. The tension in your muscles and tissues is preventing proper circulation, which is the cause of your stiff back. A soothing heat massage will dilate the blood vessels of your back muscles and result in a smooth oxygen flow and pain relief.
Experience the relief for yourself with any of the heat therapy products by Moji.
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