One of the main problems associated with staff with sedentary jobs is that of back pain. Computer workers periodically have to deal with the discomfort that impedes concentration: pain between the shoulder blades, lower back pain, crushing of the vertebrae and herniations, inflamed and crossed nerves, hip and rib pain.
Back pain and unions are probably the main factors of low labour productivity.
One in four people in OECD countries (USA, Canada, Europe, Japan and Korea) is absent from work for at least three days a year due to back pain. This means that the percentage of those who are absent from work because they are blocked by low back pain or neck pain is 25%.
Back pain is accentuated by sedentary work
Sedentary work (eight hours in front of a computer) accentuates our postural problems for biomechanical reasons. When you sit too long, your back starts aching.
At this point, the spontaneous question is: “Can anyone suffering from back pain spend all day working in front of a computer?”
The answer you would most likely give yourself is that it would be best to avoid doing a job that forces your back to remain inclined over a desk for hours.
Sedentary jobs are terrible for the back because they force it to stay still in the same position for a long time. This means that the same muscles are always involved eccentrically, without lengthening or shortening.
The fact that the muscles always remain stationary in the same position implies a low blood supply. The same structures are subjected to continuous tension.
Throughout its evolution, the human body has developed to be in motion in the world in the environment that surrounds it. A human being certainly does not have the physical characteristics of a turtle or a snail that allow him to remain stationary in the same position for extended periods.
Instead, they need to move, stretch, squat, stretch. In this way, we avoid inflammation and ankylosis.
Instead, you are forced to type on the keyboard for hours.
So, what should we do? Unfortunately, however, you don’t have many alternatives. One alternative is to quit your office job and open a beach bar in Rio de Janeiro living on the edge of poverty.
The solution of mainstream posturologists
Mainstream posturologists have tried to provide a solution to these pains. Unfortunately, these solutions are not very effective, yet they are still the ones most in vogue.
Maintain a correct position in front of the computer: the mainstream school of thought tells us that to prevent back problems, it is important to assume the correct position when sitting for a long time in front of the computer. First of all, the backrest of the chair must be adjusted to a vertical position, looking for the most comfortable position for lumbar support and attention must also be paid to the height of the chair, to allow the entire soles to be placed on the floor.
Unfortunately, these measures are of little use. It is not the position that determines pain.
The chair you use: mainstream identifies the chair as one of the causes of backache, so they recommended buying ergonomic chairs. The industry has invented the most bizarre features to address this issue.
I have to congratulate these people for their creativity. They are undoubtedly the fruit of creative minds, but I doubt they solve the problem. Working under these conditions for many hours is even more tiring than working on normal chairs.
Regular visits to the chiropractor: Another odd idea is to visit the chiropractor regularly. I love chiropractors and massages in general, they make you feel so good at the end of the session, but their effects have a limited duration and are not highly effective in the long term.
Painkillers: This is the final solution, when everything fails we resort to painkillers. The final solution (the same term used by the Nazis to initiate the extermination of Jews) is the right term because it means to decree the death of your back. Leaving painkillers with the burden of saving your back is like asking a Nazi kapot to hold your pistol for 10 minutes. This could be your last 10 minutes. Stay away from painkillers, take them only in an emergency or when you have acute pain. However, with the Starecta solution, you shouldn’t need any pain relievers.
These mainstream solutions are wrong because they approach the problem from an incorrect point of view. None of these mainstream solutions approaches the postural problem at its source: the craniomandibular relationship.
The Starecta solution for back pain sufferers
All asymmetries and all postural problems derive from a single symptom; an incorrect craniomandibular relationship. Although you may find numerous self-styled experts out there who attribute asymmetries and postural problems to thousands of reasons (even to piercings and parent-child problems), you should know that there is only one reason.
I repeat it to avoid misunderstandings: an incorrect craniomandibular relationship is the only cause of asymmetries and postural problems.
To learn more about this, read: “Body posture depends on teeth”
By intervening on the craniomandibular relationship, you can solve or at least alleviate and curb the onset of asymmetries and postural problems.
Basically, you have to wear the Starecta Rectifier to rebalance the poor craniomandibular relationship allowing the back to stretch. At that point, many of the major pains will automatically disappear and you can sit as you please in front of the computer. You won’t need chiropractor sessions or to assume “correct” and annoying positions or even doing any sitting on weird postural chairs.
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How is it possible that putting this Rectifier in my mouth will ease my back pain? It must be a scam
The fact that until now thousands of experts have never solved this problem does not mean that a solution does not exist. It just means that nobody has found it yet.
The reason you have back pain is that the skull is positioned incorrectly concerning the jaw (if you want to know why this happens read the free book) and this does not enable any stretching of the spine.
Not having enough space, the spine tends to generate muscle contractures. Such contractures tend to cause severe pain when exerting major muscular effort such as swimming, lifting weights, or sitting for a long time.
With the rectifier, the spine is encouraged to regain its natural extension by repositioning the skull in the correct position. Within a few days the pains disappear, never to return.
If you are still not convinced, then all you have to do is try the Starecta Rectifier. There is a 1-month warranty. If you are not satisfied within a month, you will be refunded.