The Three Best Suggestions:
Customize Your Chair
Adjust the height of your chair so you can keep your feet flat on the floor and your knees at a 90-degree angle. You can also rest your feet on a prop, like a footrest or a phone book for extra support.
Take Micro Breaks
Many people tuck their phone between their head and shoulder to free up their hands while talking, causing strain to their neck and shoulders. To avoid this, try switching the phone between your right and left sides throughout the conversation.
Optimize Your Phone Calls
Take a short break once every hour to use the restroom, get a glass of water, or grab a healthy snack. Sitting for long periods of time can weaken the muscles in your back. Stretching for just 60 seconds is enough to offset these negative effects of sitting.
A Simple Trick to Relieve Neck and Shoulder Tension
To help relieve neck and shoulder tension at home, soak a towel and place in microwave for 60 seconds.
Add a few drop of essential oils to the towel, for example lavender or eucalyptus scents.
Place towel over neck and shoulder once it is at a comfortable temperature.
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