Coronavirus shelter-in-place orders have record numbers of people working from home. Small business owners to corporate employees worldwide have setup makeshift home offices and are adjusting to a new workplace norm.
Vogue reached out to Dr. Steven Weiniger this week for advice on how to avoid neck and back problems as we all transition into work from home office setups that are not always conducive to proper body alignment and posture.
What are best practices for preserving optimal neck/shoulder/back positioning when we’re couch emailing from the living room or Zoom conferencing from the kitchen counter.
Dr. Weiniger had this advice for Vogue readers
- Shift positions frequently
- Stand more than you sit
- Sit actively
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