Take care of your postural hygiene

Kamex offers you a series of tips to avoid risks to our health and alleviate annoying symptoms resulting from long periods of inactivity. Being inactive for more than six hours contributes to the development of heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and obesity.

Basically they are exercises to keep active the parts of the body that suffer the most from teleworking in front of a computer, such as the back, neck, legs, and shoulders.

Keep these tips in mind and avoid major problems:

  • Reach arms back to stretch.
  • Stretch your arms forward and feel your back relax.
  • Cross your arms behind your neck, trying to apply slight pressure.

  • Standing and stretching is key to moving joints like knees, ankles, and hips.
  • It is essential to rest the wrists for the use of the mouse and the keyboard, helping to avoid damage to the carpal tunnel.
  • Move and interrupt the activity between five and ten minutes after 40 or 50 minutes of home office.
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