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1. Take a five-minute break from constantly gazing at your monitor. Correctly leveling your monitor and office chair lessens the chance of neck pain. Studies prove that working without taking breaks increases an employee’s possibility of getting back and neck aches. 2. If possible, bring a little pillow to support your back while working. If your chair is not comfortable, the pillow will act as a mild support for your neck and back. Some employees are lucky have chairs with good lumbar support, but if you are not one of those, a pillow will suffice.

3. Make sure you have a comfortable sleeping position, not during office hours, but during rest periods at work. An unpleasant neck roots from straight hours of bad sleeping routines and

Neck Pain Relief Tips at the office  

http://www.firheat.com/shoulder-pain-relief Neck pain is common among office employees and more and more workers are looking for effective n...

Neck Pain Relief Tips at the office  

http://www.firheat.com/shoulder-pain-relief Neck pain is common among office employees and more and more workers are looking for effective n...