Posted In Health & Wellness | 16/3/20 | Posted By Paul Ashburner
As the country prepares to lock-down to help stem the spread of the coronavirus, many families and individuals are going into 'self-isolation' and making plans to work from home. However many will be ill-equipped to work from home and this could lead to an increase in cases of neck and shoulder conditions and low back pain. Here are 5 tips to help you avoid this.
Dedicated Working Environment
Setting out a dedicated office space will enable you to work efficiently. Working from a kitchen table may not be the ideal but there is much you can do to make it more office-like.