Bad study posture can have lifelong effects. Read this post, and learn how to fix yours.
Students spend a considerable amount of their days (and nights!) sitting in front of a computer, typing study notes, conducting research for assignments or to browse the internet.
It is particularly important for students to practise good computer ergonomics as students tend to carry posture habits into their later years. Research shows computers may be influencing the development of adolescent musculoskeletal systems and these temporary posture changes may extend to changes in habitual posture. Even if the aforementioned ailments are not readily seen at their young age, they are setting up poor habits that will increase their chance of resulting pain in the future.
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Implementing the following suggestions will decrease the stress being placed on the body and prevent many of the ailments listed above.