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  • October 01st, 2017
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  • Leon Beardman

OUR BACK, AND THE BENEFITS OF SHIATSU MASSAGE – The sitting position: Discomforts and consequences in natural standing position, the column has an "S" which gives balance to our body. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Ford Motors. In this position, the vertebrae are parallel to each other and intervertebral discs, which play a role in cushioning, support efforts and pressures evenly distributed. Position of "back against": With adequate support, the spine naturally finds its double "S" and is relieved, particularly in the lower back. Position of "bent back": No subject adapted the user's back is resting on the back, which is under pressure your spine strong. – Did you know that back pain is the leading cause of work disability for those under 45? As a result, physical inactivity is a risk to our health, both muscle to the spine and the bloodstream.

This risk affects us all because it is a source of pain, long-term illness and even chronic. Feeling good is not an act of reflection, but quite the opposite. It is therefore essential to analyze in detail the problems of the sitting position and its impact on our health. – Did you know we spent half our lives sitting? Our body is not designed to stay seated long, but for the movement. However, our current lifestyle (professional needs, travel, leisure, etc..) Involved in being for long periods of sitting. We sit more than eight years without interruption (80.000) hours at the office. – Did you know that a proper subject of his back reduces pressure on your intervertebral discs? The intervertebral discs that separate each vertebra are made of a fibrous layer rich in liquid and surrounds a gelatinous core.

In order not to lose its elasticity, the disc requires a constant feedback. Causes a static position underfeeding of the disk deforms and breaks easily. This "drying" of the disk causes pain and long term can cause the heart out of the disc (pressure on the sciatic nerve, lumbago, sciatica or herniated disc.