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More sitting time at work may positively influence neck-shoulder pain course
 

More sitting time at work may positively influence neck-shoulder pain course

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Longer hours of sitting at work may be linked to a rapid decline in neck-shoulder pain intensity over 12 months, a recent study finds.
 
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5 Dec 2016 - General
 
Tahira Nawaz I agree that there must be a specific healthy position for sitting. I believe that during long working hours, it is important to take a short break at regular intervals, stretch a little bit and then continue working. However, this article mentions a study that prolonged sitting may positively influence neck-shoulder pain. Of course, if one is sitting for a prolonged time with his head drooping, that...
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