This article explains what types of back-tiring jobs cause lower back pain, sciatica, stiff neck etc. It also explains how to prevent and safeguard your back thanks to a tool that can balance your body and make your back work properly, preventing annoying pains that can eventually become chronic and even becoming a cause of disability.
There are many types of jobs that can cause pain in different areas of the back. There are jobs where you are forced to stand or sit for numerous consecutive hours in a day. In more predisposed subjects, that is, those with postural problems, various problems may develop in the back or neck.
Spending numerous hours standing or sitting in the same position can overload intervertebral discs especially in the lumbar and cervical area. These bad habits can lead to herniated discs and deep muscle contractures that limit movement and your general lifestyle.
Back pain and heavy work/office work are all too often linked. Excluding degenerative causes, back pain occurs for mechanical reasons, it is associated with the way bones, muscles and nerves move and interact with each other. For this reason, Starecta has come up with a mechanical solution.
Thanks to a tool that works on human postural biomechanism, Starecta can improve posture and make the body’s muscle load capacity symmetrical.
Are you predisposed to suffer from work-related back pain?
If you are already suffering from back pain at work, it means that it is already late and you absolutely must remedy as soon as possible with the Rectifier, i.e. the tool that keeps you in a correct and well-balanced posture in a natural way. Leave out any other remedies given by chiropractors such as postural bands or sitting; they are often ineffective or even useless remedies.
How do you know if you are predisposed to suffer from back pain?
The body provides a series of important postural signals:
- difficulty in keeping your head straight
- difficulty in keeping your shoulders relaxed and backwards
- difficulty in breathing properly
- difficulty in standing in the correct posture naturally
- ease in taking incorrect postures while at work
- different strength and muscle asymmetry
- rapid fatigue
- joint pains in the shoulders, neck, shoulder blades, collarbones and back
- discomfort in the lumbar area
- tense neck muscles
- muscle tension and rapid stress
If you have one or more of these signals, equip yourself now for prevention by purchasing the Rectifier here.
You can browse the list of testimonials that have tried this tool from all over the world.
How does the Rectifier work? Why is it so effective?
The Rectifier is the first bite that makes your jaw work as a lever capable of pushing the skull upwards and supporting it. When the skull is well supported by the bite, the entire vertebral column will also be stretched and thus the skeletal muscle loads are optimally distributed on both the sagittal and frontal axis.
Also on the frontal axis, there is an immediate symmetrical stabilisation of the skull on the jaw.
This symmetrical stabilisation also gives an immediate sensation of body balance and increased and symmetrical strength in the limbs.
Your face will also appear more symmetrical just as your shoulders and the rest of your limbs. What’s more, the Rectifier gives an immediate feeling of support and mental and physical well-being thanks to the fact that your entire posture is realigned.
In this way, you can work longer hours both sitting and standing without overloading your spine badly and also avoiding the chronicity of pain. The Rectifier is an incredible tool that is particularly effective also for the well-being of your vertebrae.
Putting your back out: what to do
The pain from putting your back out hits suddenly, sharp and it’s excruciating. It happens when you make a movement or move a weight badly. The real cause of this pain, which subsides when we return to the horizontal position, is the postural imbalance on the lumbar area, a problem that also affects pregnant women.
A violent contracture, like putting your back out, freezes you in that position: it is difficult to return to an upright position both for the pain you feel and for fear of worsening the situation. To ease the pain, it is advisable in this case to stay bent, try lying down on a bed or sofa to release the weight of the body from the spine. To straighten your back, you will need to move slowly by taking deep breaths.
When this happens, absolute bed rest is required for at least 2 days and taking pain relievers: if strictly necessary, it is wise to get up slowly.
And most importantly, to prevent it from happening again in the future is to use the Rectifier when you are at work.