Update: While technology offers us the freedom to work remotely at times, coronavirus has made it a semi-permanent situation for many. With it comes a host of challenges for the body (extra prolonged sitting, shorter commute to the commode, etc.) that many don’t realize until it is too late. We thought it would be helpful to update this article so you can stay on top of your spinal hygiene. If you have started to notice neck and back tightness, please reach out to us for a check-up.
Recently there has been a mainstream focus toward becoming more active with our lifestyle and daily routine. Maybe its counting one’s steps, or a New Year’s resolution to run a 5K, or a weight-loss goal.
All of that is great, however Americans are still more obese and “out of shape” than ever before and it’s stemming from a multitude of reasons.
One major contributing factor of our unhealthy behavior is consuming an unhealthy diet, but that is a topic for another time. In my opinion, an equally great concern threatening our health and our future is one aspect of society that is intended to actually improve our lifestyle…but is simultaneously making us less healthy.
Any ideas what it is???