Back pain has many causes, but one of the most common is the frequent and prolonged wrong sitting behind the workplace. If you spend a lot of time sitting, then for sure, you have problems with back pain. Since we can not stop sitting for a long time, the advice and exercises that will help to cope with the pain in the back are just right for our sedentary lifestyle.

Managing and preventing back pain is not easy, but it is possible if you are willing to make small changes in your lifestyle. Your first task is to determine what causes pain in your back. Sometimes, it is very difficult to understand, so we advise you to make an appointment with a neurologist. In addition to the exercises, you may be prescribed special treatment.

In any case, exercises for back pain will always help as support in a difficult situation, especially if the doctor has determined that the pains arise due to incorrect posture and lifestyle. The included exercises will give you some tips on how to manage and prevent back pain.

After working at the table, you feel like something is pressing on your shoulders, they are chained and there are pains in the back. You can not give up your need to sit for long hours, but still you can make some changes to your work schedule. These tips and exercises will help you move a little more and find a comfortable position when sitting for long hours at the table. Try to follow at least one piece of advice on a daily basis.

Check out 5-Minute workout to ease aches.

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#1. Bow Pose

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#2. Cobra Pose

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#3. Sarvangasana

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#4. Supta Virasana

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#5. Camel Pose

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