posture

If working from home or staring at your phone has you slouching, these moves are here to save your back, shoulders and neck.
Working from home has led to more slouching, back pain and neck pain. Here's how to reverse some of the damage.
Your makeshift WFH setup can lead to pain and long-term health problems that will stay with you after the coronavirus pandemic.
Artist Sarah Lucas is the patron saint of slouching, a curvature of the spine that gently whispers, "I don't give a f**k what you think."
This style of work posture may be a luxury for many, but for me, I needed to create a lifestyle around it and mandate it as a solution of balance to my day of sitting in a car seat, an office chair, a coffee shop stool and my wheelchair.
To save you the effort of trawling through tedious studies, I've picked out five alternative tasks that can improve your health -- without dieting or exercise.